A sweet work-Army-family comedy about brothers in arms.
Faced with a scandal involving one of the boss’ reportedly favored politicians, Fox found a lot of other news to cover
True Detective has great performances, if it’s not yet a great series.
This may be at least as important as hiring a black woman performer–precisely because it won’t get as much publicity.
A movie studio was wrong to silently edit a reviewer’s tweet for an ad. But quoting writers’ Twitter work is fair game.
It’s good that the show cast an African-American woman. Now it needs to find a range of roles for her
Here’s looking forward to the new and returning shows I’m most excited for in 2014–and to the surprises we don’t even know about yet.
Meyers, on the cover of TIME, says his Late Night will have more news, less rap. But can the format really change?
And this time, it’s really back.
Cable TV, thank God, is not the government.
To some of the audience, the appeal was the family’s “keeping it real” with their faith. Phil’s anti-gay remarks made it way too real.
They weren’t the best of TV, they weren’t the worst of TV. Instead, these shows had great ambitions that they haven’t lived up to… yet.
I’m sure there were worse things that aired somewhere last year. But you don’t want to see them.