Parents worry about keeping their kids safe. The new Halloween and Netflix’s Hill House capture that anxiety to an extreme.
The former Fox News host was never a good fit for morning TV, and it’s time for NBC to finally face that.
Bob’s Burgers, Happy Endings, and more.
Minus Roseanne Barr and Trumpian politics, The Conners moves forward in funny, sturdy fashion.
A combination of real-life news footage, voice and body doubles, and a very particular wardrobe.
The arguments that we’ve gone “too far” are alive and well, one year later.
“It was actually Candice’s idea,” says creator Diane English.
How the Senate hearing about Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual-assault allegations became a strange, exhausting TV show.
The feminist sitcom revival isn’t afraid to be partisan, but it still has to work out a few kinks.
In BoJack’s very meta fifth season, women are ignored and assert themselves in spite of it.
“I would do anything for Maya. Literally, anything.”
Even a surprise marriage proposal couldn’t overcome Colin Jost and Michael Che’s blasé style.
Will The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel dominate the night?
The Wire, The Simpsons, and other egregious snubs.
This may shock you but: Tom Arnold is no Bob Woodward.
The Parks and Rec vets get nitty-gritty on the secretive premise of their Amazon dramedy starring Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen.
Will Atlanta or The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel run away with the top prize?
Can anyone beat John Oliver or Saturday Night Live?
You’ll miss the refined sophistication of season one’s dick jokes.
The show is a little uneven, but this is the perfect role to mark Carrey’s return to TV.