Give CBS credit for trying something a little different with "The Red Line," a miniseries in the mode of "American Crime" and "Shots Fired." Yet this tragic tale of a police shooting and its aftermath -- infused by race and the rough-and-tumble of Chicago politics -- plays like a rather pallid soap opera, awkwardly juggling its intersecting plots. > read whole article

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