Posts Tagged ‘TV show’
The weirdest show on network TV gets even weirder but stays true to its characters.
This raunchy British sitcom could be called "Superbad: The TV Show," and that's not a bad thing.
It's not good when the filmmakers you're covering are edgier than the judgment placed upon them.
One of my favorite shows on the air has another season full of joy toward the culture of New Orleans and impressive storytelling skills.
Jon Glaser makes the show he wants about a fame-seeking member of the Witness Protection Program.
This season aired in 2010. Did HBO forget to release this Prohibition-era show? Do I blame them?
Sharp writing, great villains and awesome gunfights make this one of the coolest shows on TV.
Austin brings in nine friends to each profile of the best episodes of the year. According to us, "Community" is a lot more popular than the ratings suggest.
It turns out the best stories, characters and thrills weren't on the big screen this year but on that smaller one already in your house.
This season isn't as strong at the others, but this nuanced show about a therapist and his patients remains a true television gem.
The fun CBS comedy knows how to have a good time but is no longer interested in trying to tell a larger story.
A blending of "Broadcast News," "Three Days of the Condor" and "Mad Men" makes for one of the most fun new TV shows.
Everyone hoped this would be the next "Arrested Development," but it's devoid of any emotion or humor.