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‘The Walking Dead’ returns Monday

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ANDREW Lincoln (left) and Norman Reedus reunite as struggling survivors of a zombie apocalypse.

The fifth season of hit horror-drama series “The Walking Dead,” about the struggling survivors of a zombie apocalypse, will air starting Monday on Fox (11:35 a.m. and 8:55 p.m.) and answer questions raised in the series’ last season-ender.

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More complicated than needed

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DE LEON. Poor use of her exceptional gift.

GMA 7’s new drama series, “Hiram na Ala-Ala,” promises to be a bit different from the usual romantic-revenge shows on the tube, adding action-drama and psychological elements as it tells the story of some graduates of the Philippine Military Academy and their exploits in the field.

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Believable, empathetic characters in ‘Wish I Was Here’

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BRAFF. Flimsy house of unlucky cards.

The current film, “Wish I Was Here,” is one of those movies whose title says it all: The film is about a 40-ish actor (writer-director Zach Braff) whose life is a shambles, because he still hasn’t learned how to live up to his responsibilities as an adult, husband and father.

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New complications and characters confound viewers

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PASCUAL. Compelled to tolerate too many nasty assaults and schemes.

As many TV drama shows rush pell-mell to their conclusion before they’re replaced by new teleseryes, their concluding plots and subplots are sometimes turning out to be too much of a handful and mouthful to effectively appreciate—and masticate.

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New tasks and plot twists weigh down ‘Hawak-Kamay’

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PASCUAL. Too mature to go the breathless, “longing-longing” route.

Of late, the “Hawak-Kamay” teleserye has been weighed down by new plot developments and tasks, which impede its otherwise focused storytelling.

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