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'Sneaky Pete': TV Review
'Sneaky Pete': TV Review
The fantastic new Amazon series starring Giovanni Ribisi as a con man just out of jail comes out of the gates quick and confident — and gets even better from there.
'Emerald City': TV Review
'Emerald City': TV Review
This latest retelling of 'The Wizard of Oz' is weird, violent and oddly ambitious, but the NBC series may amount to less than the sum of its parts.
'Taboo': TV Review
'Taboo': TV Review
FX is hoping that Tom Hardy's period drama ignites and gives the already stocked channel the one genre hit it lacks.
Tim Goodman: The Best Network TV of 2016
Tim Goodman: The Best Network TV of 2016
THR's chief TV critic ranks his 13 favorite network shows, which include a magical musical-comedy, a heart-tugging rookie drama and two late-night standouts.
Critic's Notebook: How 'Westworld' Saved HBO
Critic's Notebook: How 'Westworld' Saved HBO
Another drama failure would have been disastrous, but the fascinating sci-fi series became a much-needed momentum builder for a flagging HBO.
'Incorporated': TV Review
'Incorporated': TV Review
Syfy's latest drama seems content to be a good-enough diversion, and sometimes that's not a bad thing.
Critic's Notebook: Network Chiefs Opt for Cowardly Collusion in Skipping TCA
Critic's Notebook: Network Chiefs Opt for Cowardly Collusion in Skipping TCA
ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox network execs are missing a golden opportunity to change the narrative.
Critic's Notebook: In Order to Survive, Cable News Should Go Full Anti-Trump
Critic's Notebook: In Order to Survive, Cable News Should Go Full Anti-Trump
There's one way for cable news to stave off steep declines over the next few years, writes THR's chief TV critic, and it involves embracing and channeling anti-Trump anger.
Critic's Notebook: How TV Can Save Us From Our Post-Election Grief
Critic's Notebook: How TV Can Save Us From Our Post-Election Grief
Boycott cable news, but by all means seek solace in a good comedy (NBC's 'The Good Place,' for example) or a drama like 'The Americans,' which takes us back to the relative comfort of the Reagan years (yes, today is that bad).
Critic's Notebook: Tim Goodman on Why He Tried to Avoid All Election Coverage (and Mostly Succeeded)
Critic's Notebook: Tim Goodman on Why He Tried to Avoid All Election Coverage (and Mostly Succeeded)
Televised news is broken anyway, but who on earth needed the news to make a decision?
'Good Behavior': TV Review
'Good Behavior': TV Review
Michelle Dockery turns bad girl in TNT's newest drama, which has a great pilot and lots of promise but a premise that might need time to pan out.
'People of Earth': TV Review
'People of Earth': TV Review
TBS' new show is a surprisingly funny, smart, quirky and lovable comedy about an alien abduction support group.