Starz's new missing-child miniseries features exquisite shots, for those with the emotional fortitude to keep watching.
The show piles on yet another half-baked prequel version of a Batman villain, which is the last thing it needs.
As it's dropped its "legal case of the week" plot structure, The Good Wife has become the most engrossing serialized drama on television.
The final season's main storyline isn't actually ripped from the headlines, which means a rare opportunity for real suspense on the HBO show.
Dissecting "Consumed," the sixth episode of the fifth season
The short answer: business realities. The long answer: That’s an unfair question that requires context.
Dandy's right: Being bored is the worst.
The origin story for Batman isn't so interesting. The origin story for his city, on the other hand ...
Last night's guest appearance was a ploy for attention that only points out how far the show has fallen.
The show's other characters continue to evolve, but she seems stuck.
Dissecting "Self Help," the fifth episode of the fifth season
Companion Clara propelled the action in Series Eight, even if she was kind of a jerk.
There's still time to watch it before the sequel airs on PBS Sunday.
As News Night's fictional ratings decline, Aaron Sorkin's often-ponderous HBO drama starts to address the pitfalls of idealism.
ABC needs a monster hit that gets strong social media buzz on Thursday nights—and luckily for Scandal, another show is shouldering that burden this season.
This season finally embraced the series' anarchic spirit—testing viewers' patience for better or worse.
A professor of "Doctor Who Studies" says serious gender analysis often devolves into fannish classroom debates over which Who is better.
The cops are proving more and more ineffectual, but the villain's mob-war scheming is fun to watch.
Just when it seemed like the State's Attorney race was set to be a dull affair, David Hyde Pierce raises the stakes.
Dissecting "Slabtown," the fourth episode of the fifth season