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A Lookback at the Golden Globes

A Lookback at the Golden Globes

January 22, 2014

By MARLESSA STIVALA From highly anticipated series finales (ahem, “Breaking Bad”) to a string of end of the year “Oscar bait” movies, 2013 was a memorable year for television and film alike...

A Guide to Netflix: Winter Break Edition

A Guide to Netflix: Winter Break Edition

November 23, 2013

By MEGAN CATTEL STAFF WRITER Have you just finished watching all the episodes of “30 Rock” online and need another show to obsess over? Is the latest season of “How I Met Your Mother” ripping you to shreds with its lagging plot? Or did the Red Wedding scene of “Game of Thrones...

Editor’s Pick: ‘Comedy Bang Bang’

November 13, 2013

By JACK MACGREGOR Assistant A&E Editor   In the ever-growing genre of alternative comedy, few programs manage to deliver the laughs more consistently and effortlessly than “Comedy Bang Bang.”...

‘Walking Dead’ Returns to AMC

November 6, 2013

By MADELYN MURPHY STAFF WRITER The walkers are back, and are on a successful sprint to the top. AMC’s The Walking Dead season four promises to amend the disappointment of the season three finale. The...

Editor’s Pick: ‘Louie’

November 6, 2013

By JOE VITALE OPINION EDITOR There is something ironic in seeing Louis C.K. listed as writer, director, editor, scorer and star of his own Emmy-winning television show, “Louie.” Given his dream...

Season 9 of ‘Criminal Minds’ in Review

Season 9 of ‘Criminal Minds’ in Review

October 23, 2013

By JENA JOHNSON For the past eight seasons, “Criminal Minds” has captivated viewers with constantly enticing episodes, and has continued to do so in its new season, which began airing on September 25. The drama has reached beyond my...

‘Hello Ladies’ S. 1 Ep. 1 ‘Pilot’ in Review

October 23, 2013

By MACK ROSENBERG CONTRIBUTING WRITER Ever wonder what it would be like if HBO decided to run a comedy series about the adventures of single men? You know, a sitcom that would probably run on network TV for a few months and then get cancelled? Well...

With Bloody Finale, Breaking Bad On a Path to TV Pantheon

With Bloody Finale, Breaking Bad On a Path to TV Pantheon

October 3, 2013

By MARLESSA STIVALA While many television shows are successful enough to last multiple seasons and accumulate a number of loyal viewers, very few shows do so in such a way that they become a cultural phenomenon that change what it means to be a th...

‘Breaking Bad’ Season 5, Ep. 15 in Review

‘Breaking Bad’ Season 5, Ep. 15 in Review

September 25, 2013

By D. JOHN MACGREGOR ASSISTANT A & E EDITOR Aside from last week’s heart-breaking, epic installment, “Ozymandias,” I have never had more difficulty in reflecting upon an episode of “Breaking Bad” than I have with ...

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Pilot in Review

September 25, 2013

By NICOLE HORTON The genial, well assembled cast of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (8:30 p.m. ET Tuesday, Fox) looks to add a comedic flair to the typical crime drama television shows, such as “Crimina...

How We Watch: The Continuing Saga of Netflix and Internet TV

How We Watch: The Continuing Saga of Netflix and Internet TV

September 25, 2013

By JACK MACGREGOR ASSISTANT A & E EDITOR As it turns out, Gil Scott-Heron was on target when he wrote that “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.” The revolution, however, has to do with television itself: its business mo...

Amidst Upsets, Wins for “Breaking Bad,” “Modern Family”

Amidst Upsets, Wins for “Breaking Bad,” “Modern Family”

September 25, 2013

By John Bonazzo As expected, “Breaking Bad” and “Modern Family” won the top honors of Best Drama and Best Comedy at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards, but the many upsets in the acting categori...

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