Technology gave us control of when and where we watch TV — and yet, we still feel compelled to watch everything as soon as possible
AMC’s zombie drama continues to build in popularity. What’s behind the show’s success — and why aren’t other networks trying to reverse-engineer their own versions?
Where the British series fails, House of Cards flourishes
Was Angela Lansbury threatened by Octavia Spencer, or the very word “reboot”
If NBC’s ‘The Blacklist’ wants to level up, it could do worse than to take a leaf out of the playbook of one of the network’s classic dramas
There’s no time to watch ‘Girls’ if you’re still working on ‘Breaking Bad’
We already love the PBS’ British imports, so when will the channel start offering homegrown dramas to accompany them?
Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers try to comment on our relationship with technology, but only underscore their own irrelevance
Is Santa Claus too old-fashioned for today’s audience? Here are some ideas how to give him a makeover for the 21st century.
The God of Thunder is nothing like his costumed counterparts
It comes at a time when the superhero revisionism of the 1980s is undergoing a much-needed re-evaluation.
Many viewers tuning into ABC’s new hit series were probably expecting a small-screen version of the 2012 superhero movie
His work on ‘Buffy’ and ‘The Avengers’ represents the mindset of two very different artists