A conversation with Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight about their new Showtime drama
NBC's 'Munsters' reboot is proof that networks and studios just won't let the undead craze die.
Two shows with two takes on U.S. foreign policy: one realistic and one idealistic
Two new Fox series—"Ben and Kate" and "The Mindy Project"—focus on the complicated aspects of being female today.
A look at two shows that address modern fatherhood—with varying degrees of success
How the AMC show became the most sumptuous series on television
The new Sigourney Weaver series is a refreshing change from recent shows that portray women as incompetent or hysterical.
Steven Soderbergh's latest is a fun but surprisingly deep portrayal of people in desperate situations.
FX's decision to air "Louie" and "Anger Management" on the same night only highlights the dramatic difference in quality between the two shows.
Aaron Sorkin's new show is unpleasant, heavy-handed, and often inaccurate.
An interview with Leigh Bardugo about her new novel, "Shadow and Bone"
The new show is a refreshing antidote to Hollywood's fraught relationship with disabled actors.
How the ABC soap went from being a tiresome collection of mean-girl cliches to a sensitive portrait of religious people
Two UK groups are storming pop with earnest paeans to teenage girls. That's actually not what Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync did.
The Judd Apatow-produced, Lena Dunham-directed HBO series lovingly pokes fun at its flawed characters.
The 'American Pie' characters have had growing pains, but so have the cast and their audience.
An interview with Mitch Glazer, creator of the new Starz show
A look at what the networks are planning for next television season
An interview with "Believer" editor Heidi Julavits about her new novel
If there's anything new to be said about her flimsy candidacy, HBO's 'Game Change' can't find it.