Halfway into its first season, Showtime’s drama matures into a character story, a period piece about social change, and a sexual detective story.
Cloning the show–reportedly, in the form of “How I Met Your Father”–would be exactly the opposite of what made HIMYM special: doing something new.
This French supernatural series, premiering Halloween on Sundance, is a zombie tale that has brains rather than eats them.
A veteran of Merv Griffin and Bob Newhart, Wallace’s last role showed how much character an actress could convey in a single breath.
A civil war breaks out in the office, and “Hitting the Fan” proves, if there was any doubt, why The Good Wife is currently the best thing on TV outside cable
A remarkable documentary series boldly goes where most TV does not, but where someday all of us will.
Like many sitcoms, ABC’s multi-parent comedy is about stereotypes. But it’s also about discovering the real people behind them.
Pulling the rug out under your audience can be effective sometimes. But do it too often, and we stop believing there’s a floor underneath.
The musical can no longer end as the story of Rachel and Finn’s romance. It should refocus as the story of Rachel and Kurt’s dreams.
The Lost creator joked, interacted, and lived out the fallout of Lost’s finale online for over three years–until now
The CW’s decision to cut a scene of self-pleasuring in Reign shows that TV still follows an absurd taboo
Baldwin’s first interview with a candidate he supported was not exactly aggressive. But Up Late has potential as a relaxed chaser to caffeinated cable news
It was the kind of episode Glee never wanted to make, but also the kind of catharsis the musical was made for