Chicago Fire takes itself seriously, but not too seriously, and because it has a good heart, it’s easy to like.
The now-Emmy-winning show returns for its second season.
Did this new CBS show have to seem so calculated, so pandering, so drama-free?
This new ABC horror series plays something like Fantasy Island's sinister cousin.
This is a slight but watchable show, yet more brain candy from CBS's vending machine.
Like a professional sailor, this show never makes a big deal of its excellence.
But I can't explain why, exactly.
Fox should have called this show New Guy! (Get it?)
Its no-fuss directness is appealing. We may come back in future weeks to get our Dennis Quaid fix.
The long-awaited show from the former Office writer-star premieres tonight.
When an LGBT-friendly show like this can debut and be greeted with a collective shrug, we suppose that's kind of a positive thing?
Are you watching TV's biggest night with Vulture's TV critic? Or is Vulture's TV critic watching TV's biggest night with you? Either way, this is where you want to be.
It's not boring if you pull for certain people or shows.
This new medical-crime drama premieres tonight on Fox.
Created by Lost's J.J. Abrams, this new NBC show about a world without electricity needs to turn on its bright lights if it hopes to survive.
This new NBC sitcom isn't terribly interested in the kids, which is a good thing.
The show, which premieres its fifth season tonight, is grindhouse plus art house.
Our TV critic organizes the 21 new fall TV shows into three simple categories.
The show has a faux-naughtiness, dipping its big toe in taboo, then rinsing it with progressive messages.
2011 was the season of TV on the couch.
For our TV critic, it's when Jesse first tries heroin.
It's Hank's show now.
Coma is a soap opera from hell.
It's not necessarily the content that amazes, but rather the form, which is revolutionary.
Our movie, TV, music, and book critics each choose five.