“I don’t think there’s a big difference between the sex that you have as a straight woman and the sex you have with a gay woman.”
Carmichael wraps up a strong season by mixing the political with the personal.
“I’m finally getting to do the exact kind of show that I’ve always wanted to do,” Chelsea Handler says early in the first episode of her new […]
Maxine has a complicated relationship with her father.
Maxine isn’t just a cute, nice girl.
“The Blues” balances the serious with the funny, all while breaking down mental-health stigmas.
It’s easy to love Kimmy Schmidt, but it’s sometimes hard to love Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. The comedy’s second season premiered early this […]
Recently in the sitcom world, there has been an influx of successful family comedies. It’s not that the family comedy ever really went out of […]
This week’s debate: When it is okay to cut ties with an old friend?
Joe Carmichael is a walking “Old Man Yells at Cloud” gag.
“Everyone is an asshole when they’re 22 years old.”
This episode has some trouble discussing gentrification, but it’s still entertaining.
Younger is a show with an improbable premise that has somehow become improbably good. When the series first premiered, I was less than […]
Perhaps the only thing that is more crowded than the GOP this election season is the late night crowd. From Stephen Colbert to Jimmy Fallon, […]
While Jessa and Adam quietly get serious, Hannah heads off to a feminist retreat with her mom.
How do we deal with the abusers in our own life? What do we do after they die?
Marnie 2.0 is kind, patient, and comforting. It’s weird.
Jerrod Carmichael tackles one of the most controversial, horrifying, and complicated issues in popular culture.
NBC has a sitcom gem on its hands.
The beauty of Netflix is that there is something for everyone, even within the streaming site’s original series. Political thrillers, […]