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Natalia Cigliuti

TV Review: TNT’s ‘Raising the Bar’ Presents Opening Arguments For Season Two

Raising the Bar

CHICAGO – I’m a huge Stephen Bochco fan and like most of the cast of TNT’s “Raising the Bar,” returning tonight to start season two and recently released on DVD in a first season set. But I can’t handle the tone changes, two-dimensional characters, and complete lack of judicial realism on this show, one that has promise on paper but has never worked in episode form.

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