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The CBS Fall Lineup Has a White-Male Problem
What a slate.
By E. Alex Jung
Christine Baranski’s Good Wife Spinoff Is Officially Happening
Alongside Cush Jumbo's Lucca Quinn.
By Nate Jones and Devon Ivie
Grace and Frankie Recap: A Change of a Dress
When Grace asks for a martini, she wants a dry martini.
By Ali Barthwell
Grey’s Anatomy Is a Much Better Show Than It Gets Credit For
It's not only a victory for diverse representation on TV, but a vital work of narrative intricacy.
By Rakesh Satyal
The Lena Dunham–Produced Suited Dives Into the Bespoke World of LGBTQ Fashion
Because fashion has no gender.
By Devon Ivie
Samantha Bee on Playing Her Husband’s Mother on The Detour, Full Frontal, and The Daily Show
"I play Jason’s mother and so just digest that."
By Trupti Rami
The Flash Recap: Metapocalypse
This is the episode we've been waiting to see.
By Angelica Jade Bastién
Why Did That Jane the Virgin Finale Scene Make You Cry?
“Yo Michael te tomo a ti Jane …”
By Kathryn VanArendonk
Allow Mariah Carey to Demonstrate What to Do When You Have Nothing Nice to Say About Nicki Minaj or Jennifer Lopez
The world isn't ready for her reality show.
By Dee Lockett
Jane the Virgin Showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman on Michael, Love Triangles, and the Season-Two Finale
"We definitely put in a warning last season when we said that he was going to love her as long as he lived."
By E. Alex Jung
Fred Armisen Is Counting On You to Watch Him on SNL, Because If You Don’t, Who Will?
You're half of the equation. The watching half.
By Halle Kiefer
Jerrod Carmichael Might Be the Next Jerry Seinfeld — So Why Was Renewing The Carmichael Show Such a Tough Call for NBC?
Getting behind an acclaimed, newsmaking show with an all-black cast and decent enough ratings seems like a no-brainer.
By Mark Harris
The Business of Too Much TV
There are more great shows in production now than ever before — but it’s never been harder to make one.
By Josef Adalian and Maria Elena Fernandez
The Voice Recap: Justice Is Served
Tonight, eight become four.
By Rachel Sugar
Drake and Jared Leto Play ‘Never Have I Ever,’ With Hilariously Predictable Results
Guess which one of them has used a song to talk about his feelings for a girl?
By Nate Jones
An Oral History of MADtv, the Sketch Show That Never Quite Changed Comedy
"When we did impressions, they were pretty mean. Britney Spears at one point saw me, and her bodyguard very not-so-subtly pushed me about seven feet away from her."
By Tim Greiving
Andy Samberg Really Needs to Use the Bathroom in Second Chance Theatre’s Latest Cut SNL Sketch, But Will He and His Hair Ever Go?
"WANNA COME WITH?"
By Sean Fitz-Gerald
The Real O’Neals Recap: The Dating Game
Who would've thought Lycra was Eileen's weak spot?
By Nichole Perkins
The Path Recap: Irreconcilable Differences
Stripped to its bare essentials, The Path is a show about divorce.
By Jackson McHenry
The Night Manager Recap: Unsafe Haven
Hugh Laurie's performance has been chillingly inscrutable.
By Scott Tobias