This season of The Newsroom may as well have been its apology tour.
It’s the most exciting time of the year — Election Night.
Over the past few weeks, The Newsroom has remade itself into good television on the fly. All it took was Jerry Dantana.
What are we to make of Jerry Dantana?
“News Night With Will McAvoy” was the best Newsroom episode to date.
We’ve spent so much time talking about The Newsroom’s women problem that we haven’t talked about its race problem.
This episode showed what happens when our heroes try to recruit others into the NewsNight family.
“The Genoa Tip” finds our heroes flailing through the cloudy waters of self-doubt.
We’re back for season two, and Will is singing Rebecca Black.
We wonder, who are the greater fools?
A dispatch from our own Brian Brenner, who is embedded at News Night.
OBL EKIA WTF.
See how much more fun it is when people make mistakes?
Heads, hands, hearts — nothing is safe on this week’s episode.
Lights will guide you … to this recap.
Last night’s episode was as enjoyable as it was dysfunctional. And, most important, it had the introduction of a real villain.
If every element of News Night is based on MacKenzie’s imbecilic Three Is, thus far each episode of The Newsroom is comprised of three As.
One cannot recap an Aaron Sorkin show without also recapping Aaron Sorkin.
14. It’s too scared to make a statement and too pretentious to just become a procedural.
“What I feel for you is more than just a memory.”