Our TV critic "suspects it might be a classic."
Starring Michael Douglas and Matt Damon.
If its third season can’t help the fantasy genre lose its stigma, then nothing can.
Did he tear up because of the writing, or out of fondness for the show's run? And does it matter?
"I never imagined that I'd one day tell people that it gives me the same kind of crazy rush that I used to get from 24."
He doesn't seem to be pointing and laughing at his characters like he did in Waiting for Guffman.
Few things on TV are as heartening as signs of life in a show that seemed creatively dead.
This new show is about a death-row inmate released back into society after many years away.
In fact, they diverge rather drastically from what we already knew about their worlds.
Oh My God is the perfect title for a Louis C.K. special. It’s what you say when you watch his stand-up or his FX series.
It’s like Shakespeare in Love plus The Borgias plus Elizabeth times a head injury.
Like The Sopranos, The Americans is not about what it seems to be.
The new NBC drama brings Hannibal Lecter and friends to our TV screens.
The new sitcom starring Sarah Chalke premieres tonight.
Caution, mild spoilers ahead, obviously.
But star Tatiana Maslany stands out anyway.
Tonight on PBS, the latest entry in the long-running American Masters series.
Unlike Boardwalk Empire, Thrones has fun with its relentlessly propulsive pile of plots.
This show deserves way more credit than it gets.
Writer-director David Mamet’s movie stars Al Pacino as the titular record producer.
It's already March, and TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz already expects this miniseries to make his year-end "Top 10" list.
A&E's new show is an origin story/prequel to Hitchcock's Psycho. And yet it isn't.
No great contemporary TV series is more flat-out enjoyable.
I’m trying to give the post–Dan Harmon Community a chance. Really I am.
Seriously, what the hell is happening in this show?