The case for Aubrey & Maturin
As the season finale reminded, USA’s acclaimed new series is many things, but it’s mostly an exploration of manipulation.
The TV reboot of Wes Craven’s classic horror franchise didn’t reinvent the genre, but pop-culture references and measured campiness made it fun to watch.
The NBC show isn’t casting its net wide enough when it comes to finding new players.
Who cares if he’s technically Gen X? Age is different from personality.
Though it wasn’t pretty, Minaj was really teaching a lesson in civility.
The HBO miniseries’ tragic final act concludes with residents moving into their new homes.
The new drama series, which follows the Colombian kingpin’s rise to power, feels more like a well-researched documentary than the gripping saga it wants to be.
The graphic designer Chris Capuozzo used photographs of Yonkers taken by his wife during the 1980s in order to achieve verisimilitude for the HBO show’s sets.
Yonkers finally complies with an order to build public housing, causing a mixed response of triumph, outrage, and acceptance from residents.
The new comedy on Starz presents itself as a satire of cable news, but mostly wrings laughs from watching the Shakespearean actor subvert his dignified reputation.
The HBO miniseries from The Wire creator David Simon follows an embattled city resisting efforts to build public housing.
The Late Night host stirred attention this week by delivering his monologue from behind a desk—but his show is staying true to the genre’s best traditions while inventing some new ones.
In a climactic season finale, the show attempted to wrap up (almost) all of its loose ends.
A speech from Stephen Colbert highlighted the Daily Show host’s willingness to share the spotlight, as well as his immense contribution to broadcast comedy.
The greatest unanswered question of USA’s sensational hacker drama isn’t about reality. It’s about morality.
Over 21 seasons, Tyra Banks’ Top Model became increasingly driven by branding and social media, diluting the fantasy world fans came to love.
Paul faced danger, Ani and Ray faced each other, and Frank faced some career decisions.
During the multi-country press tour for Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, not even Jon Stewart has dared ask Tom Cruise about Scientology.
Ani went undercover, Frank embraced his sensitive side, Paul tested his powers of observation, and Ray went insane.