Our critic samples two episodes, and reveals whether he thinks it's worth proceeding through all thirteen.
Rank this send-off up there with Cheers and The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
This new NBC show manages to be nutty and sleazy, but it's still not special enough to stand out.
It’s tempting to treat this show as one long, trashy, sick joke. But it's so much more.
Is the serial-killer genre played out?
Just a couple of pop culture juggernauts protecting their brands.
This new show is peculiar enough to stick with while its creators figure out what they're doing.
The CW's new show is an inept spinoff that dishonors its source.
For all the suspense and violence, Justified is a laid-back series in the spirit of its inspiration, Elmore Leonard.
The most frustrating thing about this show is that it’s more fun to pick apart than it is to watch.
The HBO comedy's second season is brilliantly nuanced.
The sketch show is starting to display worrisome signs of fatigue.
It's far more than a nighttime soap for Anglophiles.
Ladies and gentlemen, I didn’t laugh once.
Now it's time to get serious.
FX cemented its reputation as the “Holy crap, was that really necessary?” network last night during SOA's fifth season finale.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz reviews the whole, rather than the parts. What say you, David Simon?
The second season of the excellent drama gives you more of the same, but different.
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.
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.
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.