Now it's time to get serious.
The best in ambitious drama (Mad Men, Homeland) and fantastical comedy (Louie, Community).
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz reviews the whole, rather than the parts. What say you, David Simon?
It was a punchline on Glee and The New Normal this week.
Somewhere around five episodes.
Sound the saxophone!
It'll be back in September.
The inaugural edition of an occasional series in which famous people tell us how they spent their week in pop culture.
Where does Kenny Powers rank in the network's echelon of jerks?
An episode? A season?
Patience is a virtue.
The fourth season will be the show's last.
So in the mean time, watch 'Treme.'
For a third season.
They didn't lose audience from last week, but they didn't gain any either.
The 'Wire' alum on his two upcoming projects.
The creator of 'The Wire' is forced to go immediately after the vice-president at a conference, and speaks to an empty room.
Plus: Angelina Jolie picks a female lead for her directorial debut.
More plot progression and character resolution in the finale than in the nine preceding episodes combined.
The dysfunctional heart of the city has made itself known, and a couple of characters finally crack under the strain.
He looks great!
Let's survey the damage.
Albert makes a stand in the projects, and the mystery of David is solved.
This week, Davis considers running for office (then reconsiders), and Toni comes closer to learning David's whereabouts.