Dan Harmon on Community, Matt Groening in Futurama, Carl Reiner on The Dick Van Dyke Show, and more.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz reviews the whole, rather than the parts. What say you, David Simon?
Somewhere around five episodes.
Pick your jaw up off the floor.
"Someone hand me a burner and Sondheim's number."
Deep breaths, Wire fans.
In which our TV critic, Matt Zoller Seitz, tells you why recaps and overnight reviews are essential and good.
America's ultimate hipster offers a halfhearted explanation for his churlish remarks.
He was into The Wire before you.
New York Magazine TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz makes the final call.
Patience is a virtue.
The fourth season will be the show's last.
"I think I’m part of a generation of crime writers, all of whom woke up independently and recoiled with horror at the fact that we’d chosen this very conservative genre."
So in the mean time, watch 'Treme.'
He doesn't do too well.
The creator of 'The Wire' is forced to go immediately after the vice-president at a conference, and speaks to an empty room.
Plus: Mark Ronson to say horrible things about self.
Winning the $500,000 MacArthur Foundation "genius grants."
Good news for fans of Steve Zahn's butt.
Just because critics are throwing out words like "humor" and "uplifting" doesn't mean the 'Treme' creator's lost his edge.
The longtime David Simon collaborator recently died after an aneurysm while filming a scene at Cafe du Monde. What follows are excerpts from an interview conducted just two months before his death.
An in-depth look at the making of David Simon's upcoming HBO show.
"A show about people, artists for the most part, whose daily lives depend upon the free exercise of their wills to create — out of nothing, out of moments — something beautiful."
We hadn't realized a show by 'Wire' creator David Simon set in post-Katrina New Orleans could be this much fun.
No plot specifics, but lots of shots of things we like.