The two HBO shows illustrate the perils and opportunities of adapting books for the screen
How the BBC show succeeds where its American counterpart fails
The working-class weirdness of 'Geordie Shore'
The film wrongly softens the glare of 1960s Southern segregation
A teaser for the third in the series suggests that the script may leave Bruce Wayne incapacitated, a fitting ending to a story about frailty
The movies have discarded the moral heft of the books, which were of this world but not in it
After two lackluster seasons, the science-fiction series became a success by learning two important lessons
Several stories in the genre grapple with what it means for young people to take on adult responsibilities
Food is everywhere in series like "The Boxcar Children," "Game of Thrones," and "Little House on the Prairie"
With shows like "Covert Affairs" and "Burn Notice," the channel offers its best programming in a season when other stations are showing their worst
A conversation with the legendary young adult fantasy writer
A conversation with the satirical fashion bloggers about their new book
The first in a four-part series about the state of the genre—and why it has such a hold on adult readers
Judd Apatow has made a career out of portraying boys struggling to become men. His latest film shows female characters grappling with similar challenges.
"Game of Thrones" reviewers dismissed the series as appealing only to men. Why they're wrong.
With the royal wedding almost here, an exploration of how fantasy and reality have clashed in the past
Talking to the author about her new book, 'The Wilder Life,' which explores her fascination with the 'Little House' novels
The first in a five-part series about the new show, which represents the network's first foray into fantasy
The new AMC series focuses on a female detective who struggles to be a good mother as she solves a devastating crime
A new Starz series reinterprets the legend of Arthur, with none of the insight or pizazz of earlier versions