After last summer’s SCOTUS screw-up, CNN didn’t make the same embarrassing mistake. It—and a few others—made a brand-new embarrassing mistake.
Some critics complain about graphic images while authorities plead to the public for more video, showing how the surveillance culture can be both scourge and savior.
The Boston nightmare brought a rush of information (and misinformation), speculation, and even politicized argument. But there was also decency amid the horror.
It’s not just about swords or dragons. Last night’s Game of Thrones showed that in Westeros as in our world, money has great power—and has its limits.
This Renaissance drama might have been really good, if only it hadn’t had the freedom and budget of cable.
The setup of The Americans has made us invested in Philip and Elizabeth’s marriage. But the dramatic, sad “Only You” questions whether we should be.
My column in the new print TIME magazine looks at who might replace Jimmy Fallon. Or rather, what might replace him.
The Brad Paisley / LL Cool J song is like every “To be sure, both sides are guilty…” paragraph from a political story, set to a whiny soundtrack.
An episode focusing on the dispossessed and losers of war suggests that in Westeros, war does not take place only on the battlefield.
Far from dumbing down criticism, At the Movies–and that trademark thumbs-up-or-down–showed how instinctively Roger Ebert knew storytelling.
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.
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.