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  • Bobby Liebling, shot for SPIN in Ridley Park, PA on March 4, 2011 / Photo by Steven Brahms

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    It's hard to think of a show in recent memory with as much potential in its conceit as Awake, which premieres tonight on NBC. The concept is high, but hypnotic: Detective Michael Britten (Jason Isaacs) returns to work after a brutal car accident that killed either his wife Hannah (Laura Allen) or his son Rex (Lost’s Dylan Minnette).

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  • Luck

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    In its first two weeks on the air, HBO's Luck, a drama about the intersecting interests of jockeys, gamblers, owners and trainers at a Southern California racetrack, seemed like What We Would Vaguely Pay Attention To While Waiting for Game of Thrones To Return (which it will in April).

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