As with any great dystopian drama, it’s ordinary people who are scariest in the hit AMC spinoff, not the encroaching zombies.
Everyone on this show deserves better.
The Showtime drama, which has had more ups and downs than its spy heroine, is back with a compelling string of episodes.
Scholarly interest in Joss Whedon’s cult classic points to the growing belief that TV shows deserve to be studied as literature.
An ABC Family sitcom may continue the pop star’s humanization campaign.
Noah offense intended.
His first episode of The Daily Show had its bumps, but the new host’s energy and enthusiasm felt like a change for the better.
The crime drama, once the most popular thing on television, went out Sunday night after steadily declining ratings and a series of reboots.
NBC is reviving a series that felt fresh in 2006 but that’s since been eclipsed by far better superhero films and TV shows.
The new season opens with a rally against mass incarceration—held on false pretenses.
The company is making its biggest play for subscribers yet via names like Louis C.K., Sacha Baron Cohen, and Grace Gummer.
The leading GOP candidate appeared as a guest on The Late Show last night. He beat Colbert at his own game.
In ABC’s new show, Jim Henson’s comedy icons produce a late-night talk show—and it makes for a truly dull affair.
ABC’s hit show about an Asian American family returns for a second season in a TV landscape that desperately needs it.
Ryan Murphy’s star-studded horror comedy is watchable only when it’s disgusting.
The Big Bang Theory’s uber-nerd has transformed, over eight seasons, from a clueless misanthrope into a romantic lead—and in the process has become one of the most compelling characters on TV.
A new CBS crime drama, based on the hit Bradley Cooper film about a mind-expanding drug, is severely lacking in imagination.
Fox’s new show, set after the movie and short story of the same name, has the potential to explore thorny issues around criminal justice—but probably won’t.
Because winning really isn’t everything
After a historic win, Viola Davis stole the show by calling out the television industry’s slow progress.