Mad Men returns for a penultimate season, full of sex, death, and booze.
An episode focusing on the dispossessed and losers of war suggests that in Westeros, war does not take place only on the battlefield.
Our writer—a comic-book fan—admits to having problems with stories that have dragons or magic
The late great critics demonstrate their “critic exercises” to keep their thumbs in good shape
Far from dumbing down criticism, At the Movies–and that trademark thumbs-up-or-down–showed how instinctively Roger Ebert knew storytelling.
The actor who played Charlie is exiting the hit HBO series because of “creative differences” with creator-star Lena Dunham
As season 6 opens Sunday, some characters’ patterns continue, but all around is the sense that, eventually, everything comes to an end.
We’ll soon see if the Bluths are still funny. In the meantime, it’s intriguing that Netflix’s scheduling strategy has as much in common with the movies as with TV.
Long lines and impudent attendants leave our intrepid fan-reporter less than impressed
To fuel the excitement leading up to this Sunday’s season premiere, we present a gallery of some much-missed characters
Leno is still number one in his time slot. But when he leaves Tonight, he’ll leave an institution smaller and less relevant than when he found it.
There was no Big Bad in season four, but that freed Justified to explore the bigness of the badness within its regular cast of characters.
Demi Lovato and Huey Lewis and the News perform, but sadly, not together.