The just-released trailer for the second season is further proof that the editing geniuses at MTV can imbue anything with drama
His ability to play characters who are missing some aspect of their humanity is well-suited to the role of an eccentric, time-traveling alien in human skin
If there must be a song of the summer, it should be Rowland's "Commander," a decent slice of pop
A cinematic cure for the post-Clinton hangover
A new profile about the singer raises the question: Should we care when stars tell stories about themselves that aren't completely true?
The show ends its first season with a climactic kiss between two characters—and offers a range of lessons to its viewers
"The ArchAndroid" channels a whole range of artistic styles that combine to serve as a reminder: it's all popular music
Annie's plot to keep the Spanish study group together sets off a chain of events involving Troy's future and Jeff's Lexus
The pop culture-obsessed sitcom devotes this week's episode to an homage to movies like "Die Hard" and "Terminator"
HBO and Showtime usually have the lock on good dramas, but this Fox series is approaching greatness in its own right
The show started off strong, but in the second half of the season it's lost its way. The ways it's faltering—and how to fix them before it's too late.
In this week's episode, some characters question what they're doing with their lives, while others steal cookies
The study group forms a cartel to control the school's fast food supply. Can they handle the power?
David Simon's new HBO show is less dark and gritty than his other efforts, 'The Wire' and 'Homicide'
"Tightrope," a collaboration between the protean, astonishing Janelle Monae and OutKast's Big Boi, finally premiered today
Bloggers list the texts that inspired they way they think. But reading can also be a call to do things, from flirting with the boy next door to staging a sit-in
In the show's April Fools Day episode, a frog was murdered, campus security got competitive, and more
A talented amateur in Jack's ceramics class brings out his competitive side, while the rest of the group gets really into sailing
The new FX series, starring Timothy Olyphant and based on an Elmore Leonard character, paints a surprising portrait of the state