A book reader reminds other book readers of what’s (probably) to come
The show's latest shocker looks to have been an appalling mistake.
Dissecting "A Day's Work," the second episode of the seventh season
Our roundtable on "Breaker of Chains," the third episode of the HBO show's fourth season.
Season Two of BBC America's wildly entertaining drama about human clones remains as clever as ever—even if sometimes, it seems exactly the opposite.
Very little Piper! Even less Larry!
The new series based on the Coens' film is shockingly good. But can it keep it up?
"Gross" characters are proliferating in a country known for kawaii, and now even local governments' mascots are trying to out-weird one another.
Our roundtable discusses the first episode of the seventh season.
Our roundtable on "The Lion and the Rose," the second episode of the HBO show's fourth season.
Out with the glamour, in with the kitsch. What the show's new look could indicate about its seventh and final season
Our roundtable on "Two Swords," the first episode of the HBO show's fourth season.
Silicon Valley may usher in a new, overdue era of satire and cynicism about startup culture.
All signs point to some bloody awesome episodes.
The finale's last scene underlined the show's oddly insular conception of friendship.
The show's earnest, feel-good stories about love and friendship didn't always win over critics, but they were a refreshing anomaly among contemporary sitcoms.
The show has sent the message that its female lead's story will not be driven by her love interests.
The actor shares what he's learned about Washington from playing the veep's devoted bag man.
Hang with hobbits, brunch with Bond, and try not to shoot your eye out.
A conversation with Matthew Weiner about anti-heroes, why everybody loves Joan, and the real-life drama that inspires the hit AMC show