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'Aquarius': TV Review
'Aquarius': TV Review
NBC's 13-episode miniseries proves once again that it's hard to recreate the 60s without looking or sounding silly.
TLC and the Duggar Family Situation: More Lies And Counting
TLC and the Duggar Family Situation: More Lies And Counting
'19 Kids & Counting' is just the latest embarrassment that TLC won't learn from.
The David Letterman Legacy: Saying Goodbye Is the Hardest Part
The David Letterman Legacy: Saying Goodbye Is the Hardest Part
There's nothing left for the modern architect of the late night landscape but the farewell.
'Mad Men' Finale: Tim Goodman on Embracing the Positive, Not Cynical, End of Don Draper's Journey
'Mad Men' Finale: Tim Goodman on Embracing the Positive, Not Cynical, End of Don Draper's Journey
Don't let the final 60 seconds of a seven-season story make you think Don didn't change. Tim Goodman, THR's chief TV critic, analyzes the ending.
'Mad Men' Series Finale: What Should Happen, What Could Happen
'Mad Men' Series Finale: What Should Happen, What Could Happen
Don is not D.B. Cooper — easily the dumbest theory in 'Mad Men' history. And I really don’t think he’ll fall out of a window.
'Wayward Pines': TV Review
'Wayward Pines': TV Review
Matt Dillon is a Secret Service agent who stumbles into a very weird town in this miniseries from M. Night Shyamalan.
'Mad Men' Takes a Bus Stop and Needs a Time Jump: Tim Goodman on What's Ahead in the Series Finale
'Mad Men' Takes a Bus Stop and Needs a Time Jump: Tim Goodman on What's Ahead in the Series Finale
With one episode left, creator Matt Weiner wraps up some character stories and leaves open so much more.
'Grace and Frankie': TV Review
'Grace and Frankie': TV Review
Two diametrically different wives — played by Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin — have their husbands walk out on them. For each other.
'Mad Men': Tim Goodman on Don's Knee-Jerk Plan, Joan's Sexism War and Shangri-La in "Lost Horizon"
'Mad Men': Tim Goodman on Don's Knee-Jerk Plan, Joan's Sexism War and Shangri-La in "Lost Horizon"
No way that Don Draper —who thrives on being the man with a plan, the man in charge, the creative core — could live out his days within the narrow, rat-maze hallways of McCann-Erickson.
'Mad Men': Tim Goodman on Pairing Up and Partnering Off as Change Announces Its Arrival
'Mad Men': Tim Goodman on Pairing Up and Partnering Off as Change Announces Its Arrival
The professional part of 'Mad Men' is pretty much over. The personal part still has a last act — and the one person on the outside looking in is Don Draper.
Tim Goodman: Was 'The Americans' Season Finale a Costly Trip-Up?
Tim Goodman: Was 'The Americans' Season Finale a Costly Trip-Up?
'The Americans' is an exceptional show, but, as the season finale illustrated, even the best shows make strategic errors.
'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.