Has there ever been a more effective merger of science and sensationalism?
The AMC western is currently No. 1 on TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz's list of Not Quite There shows.
This new show takes the universal experience of catastrophic loss, and shellacks it with counterfeit raucousness, poignancy, and uplift.
"A domestically oriented, C+ version of The West Wing."
Set in and around New York-Presbyterian Hospital, this eight-part nonfiction series follows a bunch of doctors and nurses as they do their jobs. Simple.
Our TV critic looks at the second seasons of Wilfred and Falling Skies.
FX's decision to place the two shows on the same night is like hanging a Degas next to a Dumpster.
Sorkin's a common-man idealist who wouldn't know "cool" if it ran him over with a truck.
Larry Hagman is as ferocious as ever. Unfortunately, the rest of the show is a snooze.
Director Philip Kaufman's biopic of the writer and his third wife is simultaneously stirring and ridiculous.
Johnny Carson gets the American Masters treatment tonight on PBS.
The second season of Masterpiece Mystery!'s Sherlock debuts this Sunday.
One part of the definition of a great TV show is "the continual possibility of surprise."
Julia Louis-Dreyfus stars as the slightly loopy vice-president.
Lena Dunham finds truth in her characters and setting, whether you personally approve of them or not.
Leelee Sobieski and Adam Goldberg star in this new CBS cop show.
The ancient TV trope of the mismatched roommates gets yet another update in this new ABC sitcom.
An altogether depressing combination of brilliant production values and subpar drama.
Shonda Rhimes's new show is so crazy, it makes Revenge look measured.
I started out loathing the pilot and ended up liking it. This is a good sign.
Game of Thrones is doing for sword-and-sorcery what the remake of Battlestar Galactica did for science fiction: foregrounding its mythic power.
The procedural still plays like CBS crime-show hackwork wrapped in art-house pretension.
The paper-thin protagonists and brutal dialogue stuck around, but something changed in the back end of season two.
Ashley Judd's ludicrous, dark parental fantasy begins tonight.