The finale to an erratic season takes a big leap. But it could be too dark for some fans, and too late for others.
In which Megyn Kelly pursues the War on Christmas to the North Pole, and defends the realism of a “historical figure” with eight tiny reindeer.
For a TV award that means even less than most, it helped to be new and it helped to be famous.
A “flirting” nontroversy gives an unfortunate example of the kind of news treatment female politicians have to lean into.
Maggie Siff’s character is the latest woman some fans are attacking for getting in the way of their favorite bad boy antihero.
Why was so much of the year’s TV like a good beer?
OK, it’s not exactly. But bigger, louder TV shows could learn a lot from this a cappella competition’s proud nerdiness.
In a banner year for both new and returning series, some love for the next generation of great TV.
If there was ever a case where a single offensive comment deserved repercussions, this was it.
No one, even a critic, can watch every episode of TV. But these are the ten that stuck with me.
This was one of the best years for TV in a long time–and thus, one of the hardest years to narrow down a list.
Print publishing has business problems. Journalism has business problems. But the two are not the same thing.
If an Internet story justifies your personal worldview too perfectly, maybe be a little bit skeptical.