The remastered, Blu-Ray edition of the cult anime series will allow viewers to revisit and, hopefully, discover the series.
The series finale spent a lot of time flashing back to the show's first episode, a reminder of its deep flaws both past and present.
Staff selections from a year of great TV
The Hollywood Foreign Press's nominations mostly stuck to conventional wisdom, but tossed some surprising love to oddball critical favorites—especially in the TV categories.
There was nothing good about Sunday's episode, but its level of misguided self-regard almost made it must-see TV.
Much like the Sharknado phenomenon, NBC’s newest ratings ploy is based on being ridiculous.
Who knew an episode titled "Blood Bath" could be so dull?
In NBC's Peter Pan Live!, Allison Williams continues the long history of women playing the boy—or "boi"—who never grew up.
Comedian Nick Kroll has decided to kill his Comedy Central series before it gets stale—a move that's refreshing, even in this era where more creators are recognizing the virtues of limits.
The show blows all its goodwill on a series of strident lectures about the future of good journalism, mostly directed at its female characters.
Dissecting "Coda," the mid-season finale of the fifth season
A new medium for humor, or cheap use of someone else's content? Images and GIFs taken from copyrighted material show modern fandom in all its creative complexity.
An unscientific survey shows the most-viewed TV comedy shows tend keep the humor to a measured pace.
The reasons why people feel bad have shifted over the decades.
The Flash's Iris West is the latest supporting character to be kept in the dark about crucial info—and thus forced to become a killjoy.
Just as the main plot gets mind-numbingly complicated, the mid-season finale shakes things up.
For its dazzling mid-season finale, the series spotlights the turbulent points of view of five different players involved in Cary's trial.
The show's continued embrace of virtual history this week sees a government official telling the public that humanity's doom has already been sealed.
Dissecting "Crossed," the seventh episode of the fifth season
Starz's new missing-child miniseries features exquisite shots, for those with the emotional fortitude to keep watching.