The Office — which ends its nine-season run this week — is a great example of a TV genre that makes us both squirm and laugh
The actor who played Charlie is exiting the hit HBO series because of “creative differences” with creator-star Lena Dunham
In honor of the season finale of HBO’s Girls, costume designer Jenn Rogien talks to TIME about her favorite looks from the series’ second season
Sunday night the Emmy Awards will honor the best shows and performances on television (that the Emmy Awards are willing to nominate). Which means it’s time for Emmy predictions — from people other than me. Who will win Sunday? …
SPOILER ALERT: Before you read this post, wear something nice, get all your estranged friends together and watch the season finale of Girls.
“Your dreams are not what you thought they’d be!” —Jessa Johansson
If one line …
Whatever Lola wants, she doesn’t get in this indie-minded romantic comedy about a woman (Greta Gerwig) who gets dumped three weeks before her wedding
Spoilers for Sunday night’s Girls follow:
Yesterday I solicited your thoughts on Veep, after it aired the third of three episodes I saw before reviewing it. Today we look at Girls‘ 4th episode, “Hannah’s Diary,” the first …
With “All Adventurous Women Do,” you’ve now seen as many episodes of Girls as I’d seen before I reviewed it. Rather than recap the episode line by line, let me unpack two scenes from it that helped confirm I was sold on this …
After the comedy’s pilot, “Vagina Panic” was a funnier, more structured episode, about sex and the idea that none of us is as special as we’d like to think we are.
The ratings are in, and it’s official: more people have written blog posts, reviews and op-ed columns about HBO’s Girls than watched it. Well, not exactly, but praise, buzz and publicity aside, the twentysomethings-in-the-city comedy got under a million viewers for its first airing Sunday night.
I love the show, which to me combines …
The first two parts of my Lena Dunham interview ran here Thursday and Friday; in the last, below, we talk about some of the specific themes of Girls, whose pilot you either saw last night or need to see as soon as you can:
Part one of my interview with Lena Dunham, of HBO’s Girls, ran here yesterday. Below, she talks about acting, the autobiographical aspects of her work, and some rather personal responses her work has received: