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'Animals': TV Review
'Animals': TV Review
HBO's little animated project about various animals in New York City lands in a field crowded with other shows that share its comic sensibility.
'Vinyl': TV Review
'Vinyl': TV Review
This propulsive new music industry series from HBO rocks hardest when focusing on the music itself, but excels overall thanks to a brilliant Bobby Cannavale performance.
'You, Me and the Apocalypse': TV Review
'You, Me and the Apocalypse': TV Review
This NBC comedy starring Megan Mullally and Jenna Fischer is flying under the radar, but is funny enough to warrant seeking out.
'11.22.63': TV Review
'11.22.63': TV Review
If this time-travel thriller from Stephen King and J.J. Abrams works, it's because James Franco goes all-in with his performance as a small-town teacher tasked with stopping the assassination of JFK.
'The Magicians': TV Review
'The Magicians': TV Review
A surprisingly effective and intriguing first two episodes make it look like Syfy got this trick right.
'Mad Dogs': TV Review
'Mad Dogs': TV Review
It's a wild ride when four friends go to Belize to meet a buddy, but the madcap hijinks seem a little too calculated to be believable.
'London Spy': TV Review
'London Spy': TV Review
Great acting, wonderful cinematography shape a love story at the center of a spy story in BBC America's languid miniseries.
'Baskets': TV Review
'Baskets': TV Review
New FX comedy goes for 'Louie'-styled gold but forgets to mine the funny parts in big swing attempt.
TCA Journal No. 4: The Time NBC Universal Revealed Netflix Ratings
TCA Journal No. 4: The Time NBC Universal Revealed Netflix Ratings
This is a little bit like someone being able to read your bank statement when you haven’t given them access to it.
'Teachers': TV Review
'Teachers': TV Review
TV Land's new comedy about elementary school teachers should immediately be added to your pile of must-see shows.
TCA Journal No. 3: Stop Blaming Entertainment Presidents for Network Failures. What?
TCA Journal No. 3: Stop Blaming Entertainment Presidents for Network Failures. What?
It really is a bizarre TV-industry world now: Good or bad schedules are no longer the end-all metric for a network head's performance evaluation.
'The X-Files': TV Review
'The X-Files': TV Review
In messy, tedious form, the revered sci-fi series starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson limps back for a limited run on Fox.