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'Gomorrah': TV Review
'Gomorrah': TV Review
Sundance TV brings the gritty Italian drama to American television with both familiar and unfamiliar rewards.
THR TV Critics Debate: The Highs, Lows and Dumpster Fires of TCA Summer Press Tour 2016
THR TV Critics Debate: The Highs, Lows and Dumpster Fires of TCA Summer Press Tour 2016
From John Landgraf's wonky stats to the CBS diversity debacle, worrying over 'The Man in the High Castle' to cautious optimism about broadcast offerings, THR's TV critics recap a busy 16 days.
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 7: Diversity Is Not CBS' Brand
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 7: Diversity Is Not CBS' Brand
CBS has a weak history when it comes to shows about people of color. And as long as the channel is successful, that's unlikely to change.
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 6: Decoding Amazon's Baffling TV Strategy
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 6: Decoding Amazon's Baffling TV Strategy
Amazon does a poor job of clearly identifying its own original — and largely well-reviewed — TV content on its site, but does anybody there care?
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 5: Safe and Familiar Is the Best Way Forward for Struggling Broadcast Networks
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 5: Safe and Familiar Is the Best Way Forward for Struggling Broadcast Networks
Broadcast networks should give the masses what they want (even if they don't know they want it): a break from the darkness, complexity and overwhelming choice of cable offerings.
'The Get Down': TV Review
'The Get Down': TV Review
Your tolerance for Baz Luhrmann might be the decisive factor in whether you like the 90-minute pilot about the birth of hip-hop in New York City, but the Netflix series regains its footing once its creator's fingerprints become less evident.
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 4: Cable Channels, Try Not to Drown While Testing Scripted Waters
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 4: Cable Channels, Try Not to Drown While Testing Scripted Waters
If 'Mr. Robot' can't even move the needle much for USA Network, how can Pop, Epix or National Geographic hope to have a chance with their new scripted shows?
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 3: A Love Letter to PBS
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 3: A Love Letter to PBS
The public broadcaster, boosted by the success of 'Downton Abbey,' deserves kudos for its impressively diverse bounty of programming riches.
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 1: Networks Need to Go Big or Go Home
Tim Goodman's TCA Journal No. 1: Networks Need to Go Big or Go Home
The Television Critics Association's press tour, otherwise known as the Death March With Cocktails, kicks off Wednesday. More than ever, networks need to get noticed or go home.
THR TV Critics Debate: Searching for Snubs After the Best Emmy Nominations Ever
THR TV Critics Debate: Searching for Snubs After the Best Emmy Nominations Ever
The TV Academy largely got it right this time around, but THR TV critics Tim Goodman and Dan Fienberg still found (a few) things to gripe about.
Tim Goodman: Finally, the TV Academy Got the Emmy Nominations Right
Tim Goodman: Finally, the TV Academy Got the Emmy Nominations Right
Let's give credit where it's due: Though not perfect, the Emmy nominations made a giant leap in fairness this year.
'The A Word': TV Review
'The A Word': TV Review
This wonderful and beautifully acted little gem of a miniseries about autism, family and small towns airs on SundanceTV.