The wedded duos in House of Cards and The Americans are literally partners in crime—and have relationships that are more satisfying to watch than those on other TV dramas.
Mars has always seemed like an underdog, while Braff has always seemed like a smug success. But isn't a rich person asking for money a rich person asking for money?
The PBS drama's portrayal of matrimony didn't need to be this excruciating.
Bombast? Bathos? So?
With its second all-star edition, 'Project Runway' has succumbed to the sad fate of other, lesser reality shows: It's now more about marketability than vision.
A look at a somewhat irritating pop-culture cliche
"Elementary," CBS's take on the character, is frustratingly predictable.
J.K. Rowling, Suzanne Collins, Harper Lee, and more: The genre is full of women storytellers.
Too many great shows end their runs on a bad note. But the AMC drama won't be one of them.
In its first season, the show's gone from a Zooey Deschanel quirkfest to a funny, accurate picture of the awkwardness of young adulthood.
Several shows inaccurately caricature the borough as a squalid, smelly dumping ground for unfortunates
Looking back longingly on the not-so-distant past is nothing new—it's just happening faster now
Dark murder mysteries are a natural fit for television. But what happens to the show after the case is solved?
"Bridesmaids" appears to be the filmmaker's mea culpa to the women of America. But he has no reason to atone.
A rash of frugality-themed shows have premiered since 2009, from "Pawn Queens" to "What the Sell!?". What can we learn from them?
The low-rated show managed to avoid the fate of "Firefly" and "My So-Called Life." Why?
Adolescent soaps like "Skins" and "Gossip Girl" have a carefree attitude toward intimacy that's reminiscent of hedonistic movies from the past
The popular young adult trilogy is being turned into a movie. Why it's so important to get the female protagonist right.