In Breaking Bad’s last episode, Walter White goes out in a blaze. But is it glory?
Showtime’s espionage thriller returns from a crazy season slower and better. But let’s not get Carried away just yet
The best new show of the fall suggests there may be a future for ambitious cable drama beyond antiheroes and ultraviolence.
An extraordinary star returns in a very ordinary sitcom.
Along with ‘Agents of SHIELD,’ ABC is launching an all-new Tuesday. The best of the new shows is the one with the worst title.
James Spader delivers a charismatic performance in an ever more common role, but it’s still in search of an interesting show
The next-to-last episode puts Walt in the deep freeze — and everyone else through hell
One is an appealing, confident police comedy. The other is just a crime.
The straight-up-bonkers pilot of this new series script-doctors Washington Irving for today’s steroid era of supernatural storytelling.
An excruciating, terrific episode cranks up the intensity, but also shows that this drama really is about family. Even if Heisenberg has a funny way of showing it.
The season premiere’s horrific ending could be exploitative or dramatically fruitful–depending on the consequences.
The pulse-pounding “To’hajiilee” seemed to set up a certain kind of ending, but Breaking Bad is not ready to give Walt–or freaked-out viewers–the answers so easily.
As Jesse tries to turn on “Mr. White,” Breaking Bad reveals itself as a horrifying, sustained depiction of the psychology of abuse.