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The Big Losers (and Rare Winners) of Summer TV
Aside from the Olympics and
Hatfields & McCoys
, things were very grim across the cable box.
Will Patton Doesn’t Want to Play a Fat Cop
“It’s good to stay on the lean side.”
matt zoller seitz
Seitz: A TV Show’s Second Season Is As Important As Its First — Maybe More So
Our TV critic looks at the second seasons of
not close enough encounters
Four Ways Steven Spielberg TV Shows Feel Like Bad Spielberg Knockoffs
’Terra Nova,’ ‘Falling Skies,’ and ‘Seaquest DSV’ share all the themes of a Spielberg movie, but with none of the flair.
The Summer TV Report Card: Which Shows Were Hot and Which Just Got Burned?
From reality to scripted to all things pawn, we judge what’s likely to be back next June, and what we’ll (hopefully) never see again.
Sunday Ratings: Spielberg Scores With
It did well against tough competition from ‘The Killing’ and ‘Game of Thrones.’
Noah Wyle on Going From
to the New Spielberg-Produced
“What’s it like starting a new project and being the oldest guy on the set? Suddenly, nobody really gives a sh-t anymore about the fact that you’re on time and prepared — it’s sort of expected of you.”
Get a New Look at TNT’s
, Spielberg’s Alien-Invasion TV Show
An alien-invasion drama starring Noah Wyle, premiering this June.
Watch the First Trailer for
Starring Noah Wyle and Aliens
Welcome back, Noah!
Which remake “might not be terrible”?
Comic-Con: TNT’s Alien-Invasion Series
Is Clearly a Spielberg Production
It looks like a TV spin-off of ‘War of the Worlds.’