Ladies and gentlemen, behold the worst reviewed program of 2012.
This program is so reverential that it could be played at Geffen’s memorial.
Ken Burns's astounding documentary is about disaster and survival, yes. But mostly it’s about clouds and faces.
Upon its 40th anniversary, our TV critic looks back at the cable network's greatest achievements.
Looking for glitzy reenactments, special effects, and info-graphics? Also, history? You've come to the right place.
Oliver Stone makes like a disreputable prof in this juicy doc series.
Our TV critic says Boardwalk Empire.
HBO’s four-part series is about combat photographers.
This new ABC sitcom is much in the same vein as McEntire's last sitcom, Reba.
Our TV critic can't forget Karen Black and the doll.
At least, for now.
Our TV critic votes for the one with the weird masks.
In this movie about the making of The Birds, the Master of Suspense is a bad, bad man.
Can American Horror Story: Asylum recapture the surprise we felt while watching season one?
Is high school really the best metaphor for understanding the world?
The show leaves the farm and embraces its B-movies roots.
We're rooting for this one to get better, because it's thematically rich.
Arrow is sincere and energetic but visually undistinguished.
It’s a pleasure to watch a show that knows what it wants to be and has the chops to pull it off.
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.