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“People see me how they see me and that’s all they see,” says Hector Tontz (Richard Cabral) in the eighth episode of “American Crime,” the ABC series that is quietly and brilliantly taking apart the prime-time crime drama. Too quietly, it seems; with the show’s ratings sinking every week, some voices in the entertainment press are already describing the cancellation of “American Crime” as inevitable. That would be a dismaying end for one of the few truly ambitious, innovative and grown-up dramas on network or cable TV.

The personal approach to the justice system trumps the procedural or supernatural, for once – and it works

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Amy Winehouse’s Father “Felt Sick” When He Watched New Documentary

PHOTO: COURTESY Brian Rasic/REX USA The family of Amy Winehouse is outraged over a new documentary of the late singer’s…