Step 1: Start with an anti-hero.
My auteurist theory of television.
He watches only two shows.
Dan Harmon on Community, Matt Groening in Futurama, Carl Reiner on The Dick Van Dyke Show, and more.
Upon its 40th anniversary, our TV critic looks back at the cable network's greatest achievements.
David Chase, James Gandolfini, and New Jersey: together again!
2011 was the season of TV on the couch.
The show has been on our TV critic's mind recently for a couple of reasons, one of which being that it ended its run five years ago this month.
Watch Jamie-Lynn Sigler in a Trailer for ‘Forever Wrong,’ a Web Series About a Troubled, Immortal Goblin
For Jamie-Lynn, it's Halloween all year!
Michelle Williams, Jennifer Lawrence, John Slattery, Lionel Richie (he's back!), and more.
Arguably the hardest job in showbiz.
New York Magazine TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz makes the final call.
The winners of the main Drama Derby — The Wire versus The Sopranos — will be announced on Monday.
eHarmony would totally set these shows up on a date.
Two tonally different series, united in excellence.
With a bonus solution for how Seinfeld should have ended, too.
Tony vs. the Fishers.
From Buffy to the Sopranos, sixteen dramas will vie for the title.
Are too many shows trying, and failing, to be The Sopranos?
Steve Perry finally addresses the fact that there actually is no such place as "South Detroit."
If Diddy shares his Ciroc with anyone, it's Aaron Paul. Or Phil Leotardo.
"Based on my knowledge, the mob looks at these TV shows as a mockery of what they do."
How Erik Weiner Turned One Line on The Sopranos Into a Big Role on Boardwalk Empire With Just One Viral Video
"Leon, take your break at two" got him the part of Agent Sebso after he turned it into a song.
The wonderful mafia wife with a weight problem lost her battle with cancer.