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'Happyish': TV Review
'Happyish': TV Review
Steve Coogan stepped in for Philip Seymour Hoffman to play an ad executive who fears he'll be replaced by the young idea men brought in to freshen up the agency.
'Mad Men': Tim Goodman on the Patterns Getting Clearer as the End Nears
'Mad Men': Tim Goodman on the Patterns Getting Clearer as the End Nears
New people are entering the lives of the 'Mad Men' characters, serving as signposts about possible changes — or the lack thereof — ahead.
'Mad Men': The Purpose of Diana and the Anxiety of Time Running Out (Analysis)
'Mad Men': The Purpose of Diana and the Anxiety of Time Running Out (Analysis)
With five episodes left, many viewers seem to think of Diana as a diversion — but she might be important to Don's final story.
'Justified': A Look at Its Finale and Legacy
'Justified': A Look at Its Finale and Legacy
After six entertaining seasons, the FX drama will be best known for the creation of two incredible characters and the actors (and writers) who brought them to life.
'Veep' and 'Silicon Valley': TV Review
'Veep' and 'Silicon Valley': TV Review
HBO's comedy double threat returns even stronger and funnier than before.
'Louie' Season 5: TV Review
'Louie' Season 5: TV Review
One of the most original shows on TV returns — as brilliant as ever.
'Daredevil': TV Review
'Daredevil': TV Review
A blind lawyer by day fights villains by night — but conveniently doesn't really have to worry about bullets.
'Game of Thrones' Season 5: TV Review
'Game of Thrones' Season 5: TV Review
More tantalizingly tangled webs are in store as 'Game of Thrones' looks to fill the empty Iron Throne with one leader for the Seven Kingdoms.
'American Odyssey': TV Review
'American Odyssey': TV Review
An American military unit is allegedly killed in an ambush. The surviving member will try to prove to the world what really happened — plus lots of other complicated things.
Twitter Is Not a Comedy Club (As Trevor Noah Just Found Out)
Twitter Is Not a Comedy Club (As Trevor Noah Just Found Out)
There are a lot of issues at hand in the "Trevor Noah Situation," but maybe there's a lesson here for stand-up comics.
'Younger': TV Review
'Younger': TV Review
A 40-year-old woman reentering the job market realizes her talents are not appreciated by 20-something recruiters and therefore lies about her age.
What Trevor Noah's 'Daily Show' Hiring Means for Late-Night TV
What Trevor Noah's 'Daily Show' Hiring Means for Late-Night TV
On race, gender, opportunity and whether an audience will embrace change.