A special Father's Day edition of our TV critic's weekly column.
Larry Hagman is as ferocious as ever. Unfortunately, the rest of the show is a snooze.
This article and the accompanying video contain spoilers for all of Mad Men's fifth season. Read or click at your own risk.
The TV medical drama genre needs new ideas, stat!
He was the first author whose words kept me up all night.
BOB crawling over the couch in Twin Peaks, obviously.
In this week's column, our critic waxes nostalgic for ol' Bob Newhart.
The History Channel miniseries is grim and despairing, but that's a compliment.
Director Philip Kaufman's biopic of the writer and his third wife is simultaneously stirring and ridiculous.
In this week's column, our TV critic travels back to his adolescence, and he wants you to do the same.
The 2012 upfronts are over. TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz wades through and picks the five most (and five least) promising shows from the new crop.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz takes a look at CW's slate of new series.
Watch the First in New York Magazine’s Own Matt Zoller-Seitz’s Five-Part Series of Video Essays on the Films of Wes Anderson
The Museum of the Moving Image likes Matt Zoller-Seitz almost as much as we do, but we're biased.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz takes a look at CBS's slate of new series.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz takes a look at ABC's slate of new series.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz takes a look at Fox's slate of new series.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz takes a look at next season's NBC lineup.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz would like to see a feature that allowed you to play a string of episodes as if they were one long megaepisode.
One part of the definition of a great TV show is "the continual possibility of surprise."
A Times reviewer freaks out in the middle of his big break.