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If all the best parenting sitcoms have 'Roseanne' DNA, 'Louis' has it the most purely.
Romantic and agitating in turns, the HBO drama has, in its stealthy way, become one of the most experimental series on television.
The Just Jealous! thesis and the I'm Rubber, You’re Glue school of thought.
Showtime's drama about a serial killer is disturbing, sure, but also one of the most brilliant dramas on TV.
Why even bother falling in love with a TV show when there's a good chance it will be canceled?
It may feel staged, but it also feels real. Unlike 'The Secret Life of the American Teenager.'
The Fox drama about a con man in Texas deserves every bit of advance buzz.
"I had this very big discussion with Paul Krugman about 'Firefly;' that was fun."
"Though I don't exactly want Lucy to be stabbed during a Valentine's Day episode, I don't exactly not."
"It made me think and argue and feel, which is exactly what great TV should do."
"Like 'Dollhouse,' it's become increasingly clear that 'Mad Men' is at heart a nihilistic vision of a prefeminist universe.
Check out the latest post on Surf.
And so it shall be!
Fortunately for ABC, she has good things to say about 'FlashForward.'
Nussbaum discovers in John Ortved's new 'The Simpsons: An Uncensored Unauthorized History' the identity of the guy who inspired Waylon Smithers.
At Surf, Emily Nussbaum ponders the history of straight TV-sitcom characters mistaken for gay, from Jack Tripper through Andy Bernard.
Today marks the debut of Surf, the new blog by 'New York' TV critic Emily Nussbaum.