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Why Women Kill

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on CBS All Access

Series debut
From Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry comes Why Women Kill, a dark comedy series exploring marriage, infidelity, and women's issues through the lens of three protagonists. It features Ginnifer Goodwin as 1960s housewife Beth Ann, Lucy Liu as socialite Simone in the '80s, and rising star Kirby Howell-Baptiste as a feminist lawyer in 2018. While each woman's marriage is picture-perfect on the outside, betrayal and lies rest beneath the surface, threatening to explode with killer consequences. If you're looking for drama, with some social commentary, top-notch physical acting (who doesn't want to see Liu slap someone?), and a side of '80s fashion nostalgia, Why Women Kill is going to be essential fall viewing. —Rachel Yang

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Series finale
After initially being approached to test tech billionaire Odin Reichenbach's crime prevention system and then growing increasingly suspicious of his intentions, Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) and Watson (Lucy Liu) are now closer than ever to taking him down. And now would be the perfect time, given that it's the final episode of this series. Meanwhile, the crime-fighting duo receive word about Jamie Moriarty (a.k.a. Irene Adler, played by Natalie Dormer), their old nemesis turned Sherlock's former lover. —Gerrad Hall

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