Emily Nussbaum and Logan Hill hash it out.
“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.”
’The Killing’ claims to be a “holistic journey” that doesn’t “tie things up in a bow,” but ‘Treme’ really is.
The show that inspired HBO’s forthcoming ‘Cinema Verite.’
’Tara’ has many of the strengths of ‘Dexter,’ not so many of its weaknesses.
Unsurprisingly, things got meta.
Can the show find a satisfying way to deal with his — and his character’s — unlikablity?
I’ve always thought back fondly on the 1990 Steven Bochco attempt at a musical procedural. It makes me wonder at the TV experiments we haven’t seen yet.
Season five of the show had lots of things that made no sense, and, worse, felt exploitative — something I’d rarely thought about the show.
Until “Classy Christmas,” I’d thought that, with a few exceptions, this season had gone off the rails.
The beautiful television issue of ‘Esopus’ could be the first designed for people who never watch television.
The spirit of the late Leslie Nielsen’s 1982 cult comedy lives on at Adult Swim.
’Parenthood’ could easily be condemned for its yuppie navel-gazing. I say, bring on the navels. Let us gaze.
It has the Very Special Episode’s uniquely cringe-worthy meld of earnest edutainment and laugh-track yuks.
I’m a longtime fan of ‘How I Met Your Mother,’ but this season is bumming me out.
’The Good Wife’ is the first show about politics on a psychological level.
’Two and a Half Men’ isn’t dirty ha-ha, it’s dirty depressing.
“They pulled it off — mostly. In the terms of the show, anyway.”
My favorite clip from that highly political (yes, highly political!) eighties sitcom ‘A Different World.’
The show is a cascade of increasingly nutso plot twists.