Should we feel bad for Nic Pizzolatto? Our roundtable discusses “Form and Void,” the eighth installment in HBO's series.
Some educated guesses regarding where the HBO show may be headed
The CBS procedural receives only a fraction of the media attention paid to the shows it regularly outdraws.
ABC’s live stream of the 86th Academy Awards highlighted the huge gap between internet TV’s promise and its glitchy reality.
How in the world is this show going to end? Our roundtable discusses “After You've Gone,” the seventh installment in HBO's series
Girls' first breakout film star is a guy—further evidence that television shows are a more progressive, inclusive, diverse medium than movies are.
"Comrades," the second-season premiere, raises the FX series' stakes by making its secret agents face a universal fear.
Our roundtable discusses "Incidentals," the eighth episode of the HBO show's third season.
Has the show always been this unsubtle? Our roundtable discusses “Haunted Houses,” the sixth installment in HBO's series
The first published works from the creator of the best show on television were dark, philosophical pieces of fiction in The Atlantic.
Two episodes? Four? Crowdsourcing a new definition for a popular buzzword
Our roundtable discusses "Beach House," the seventh episode of the HBO show's third season.
And: Is this show going to make evangelical Christians into villains? Our roundtable discusses “The Secret Fate of All Life,” the fifth episode in HBO's series
A continuously updated account of watching the 13 new installments of Netflix's political drama
Its creator doesn't think so. A conversation with Beau Willimon about streaming, the creative process, and the meaninglessness of the word "television"
Could HBO's latest hit be helping pave the way for a new form of storytelling?
Our roundtable discusses "Free Snacks," the sixth episode of the HBO show's third season.
A meeting between the two rivals would make a fitting farewell to a comedy era—and might remind people that there's more to Leno than his successful-but-stale Tonight routine.
An executive producer talks about the show's sendup of the film industry's illegal-downloading obsession, which earned rave reviews and big viewership.
Four Atlantic staffers sound off on the fifth episode of the third season of Lena Dunham's HBO show.