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'Thirteen': TV Review
'Thirteen': TV Review
An intriguing and sensitive look at a familiar story of abduction and return, with strong writing and an excellent acting performance anchoring it.
'American Gothic': TV Review
'American Gothic': TV Review
This ludicrous new CBS summer series proves it's better to be outside enjoying the sun than inside watching this nonsense.
'Roadies': TV Review
'Roadies': TV Review
Like 'Vinyl' before it, Cameron Crowe's 'Roadies' is another music series that frustratingly gets most of the notes wrong.
Emmys: THR TV Critics Make Their Picks for 9 Major Categories
Emmys: THR TV Critics Make Their Picks for 9 Major Categories
Tim Goodman and Daniel J. Fienberg deliver their (albeit biased) opinions on where the nominations should net out, and who should get snubbed, before the big July 14 announcements.
'Animal Kingdom': TV Review
'Animal Kingdom': TV Review
There's potential in TNT's new drama based on a 2010 Australian film about a crime family, but the show tries too hard to be gritty.
'Orange Is the New Black' Season 4: TV Review
'Orange Is the New Black' Season 4: TV Review
The fourth season of the Netflix favorite impressively maintains the series' creativity and forward momentum despite its sprawling cast of characters.
'Casual' Season 2: TV Review
'Casual' Season 2: TV Review
The Hulu show remains a don't-miss gem, balancing humor and dysfunction impressively and effortlessly.
'Feed the Beast': TV Review
'Feed the Beast': TV Review
There's nothing to feast on in AMC's boring, ill-conceived restaurant-business drama starring David Schwimmer.
'Bloodline' Season 2: TV Review
'Bloodline' Season 2: TV Review
Season one was an endurance test, but at least it had a reason for being. This one doesn't, unless predictable fallout is your thing.
Critic's Notebook: A Complicated Appreciation of the Great 'Game of Thrones'
Critic's Notebook: A Complicated Appreciation of the Great 'Game of Thrones'
I think 'The Americans' is the best drama on TV — but I'll rewatch the HBO series first.
Critic's Notebook: Why Being Critical of Broadcast Television Matters
Critic's Notebook: Why Being Critical of Broadcast Television Matters
Despite the sad state of affairs that the upfronts couldn't truly mask, some smart moves might be happening with the networks.
Critic's Notebook: The Sadness of Upfronts
Critic's Notebook: The Sadness of Upfronts
Oh, sure, broadcast networks seem super exciting now, but wait until the carnage of fall and beyond.