The prophesies were true: The show has ended and answered some of our questions.
Do we have another 'Sopranos' — or, gasp, 'L Word' — on our hands? Plus: plot predictions.
If every generation gets the TV show it deserves, then shows like Battlestar Galactica capture the ethical bankruptcy needed to wage a war on an undefinable enemy.
Plus: Eddie Money finally gets the autobiographical musical his legacy demands.
Plus: Why is Jin missing from all of the Season Five Lost promos?
Plus: Jaime King tries to rationalize the crappiness of 'The Spirit.'
Plus: Guillermo del Toro finally does some work.
Cult-hero fan vidder Luminosity picks the best fan vids of the year.
Forget team handball, modern pentathlon, and the 400-meter individual medley — how about skeet surfing?
Plus: 'Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!' is not all ooh-ma-ma's.
Let simple math prove to you why 'The Sopranos' is the greatest SYSW in TV history.
Our patience actually paid off!
This season is becoming something we never expected: a love story between two of its oldest characters!
We’ve accepted the fact that there are some narratives we’re emotionally invested in every week — and that others concern half-Cylon babies and imaginary opera houses.
Did we really need a subplot where Gaeta tries to recover from the loss of his partly amputated right leg by warbling mournful arias while resting in sickbay?
Friday's episode was one of the most moving — and also dropped huge clues about Earth and the identity of the final Cylon model!
Plus: Eric Stoltz joins the 'Battlestar' franchise, Natalie Portman leaves 'Wuthering Heights,' and … 'Hot Tub Time Machine'!
Meanwhile, this episode was all about how people manage to maintain their basic decency in impossible situations, so who better to shine than the quietly heroic Helo?
We love just about everything Edward James Olmos does on 'Battlestar.' But please, Eddie, don’t direct any more episodes.
There are plenty of questions about how the series will wrap up, but it’s clear that those who survive this season won’t be left with their souls intact.
Friday night's 'Battlestar' was a 'The Phantom Menace'–like jumble of plot machinations good for little more than setting up twists and drama to come.
“Look, freak out all you want,” the writers seemed to be saying, “but we know where we’re going with this, okay?”
Heading into its fourth, final, and (perhaps!) greatest season, BSG remains at heart a gripping parable for our anxious age.
Wait … now the Cylons are America and the humans are Iraq?
Maybe since last March you've met a new girl, you really like her, you're hanging out a lot, but she shows no signs of being interested in, say, the eventual fate of the final 41,399 human beings left in the universe.