It’s the time of year when critics compile their best- and worst-of-the-year lists, so I invited Hank Stuever of the Washington Post to join me on America Weekend to discuss the highs and lows of the year in television. We talked about the impact of Netflix, not just in its original shows like “House Of Cards” and “Orange Is The New Black,” but also in people using the service to binge-watch series they hadn’t watched when they first aired. We also touched on the lack of good sitcoms, the problem with Showtime’s “Masters Of Sex,” and why AMC’s “Breaking Bad” is one of the best shows of its generation.

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Read Hank Stuever’s entire review of 2013 television in the Washington Post here.