Joss Whedon’s Avengers spinoff may just intend to be a fun time, but it has some (unintentionally?) topical overtones about big agencies and their powers.
If there was a theme of this year’s critics’ awards, it was vengeance for the overlooked
The makers of Fox’s Dad say objections to its racial humor mean people are just too easily offended. But Fox has an entire sibling network–FX–doing offensive comedy much better.
It’s Breaking Bad’s responsibility to make us think about what Walt deserves. But it’s not the show’s responsibility to give it to him.
The same network that employs Donald Trump is making a miniseries about the possible Presidential frontrunner. In both cases, the decision is more about money than politics.
Netflix’s newest and best series is powerfully about community. But it’s also, for better or worse, changing the community of the TV watercooler.
Sex scandals don’t automatically destroy politicians anymore. Whether Carlos Danger survives this media frenzy may depend on whether he can define his new problems as old news.
Plenty of actors invest time doing research for their roles, but most of them had nothing on ex-cop-turned-actor Dennis Farina.
His deal with ESPN is about more than Disney vs. the New York Times. If Silver-style analysis spreads, everyone can win.
As far as the Emmys are concerned, Netflix is in fact TV. But some of the old rules about publicity and star power still apply when it comes to getting nominated.
The outspoken host again proves a burnt bridge can be rebuilt and returns to sports talk. But can you really take the politics out of sports?
Giving a job on The View to a anti-vaccine celebrity sends a dangerous message about public health and science in general
In Glee, Monteith’s Finn was often the heart and emotional anchor of a show that could take dizzying plot twists and roller coaster shifts in tone.