After celebrating the best shows of the year and the top 10 new series, we've saved the worst for last. With a record 409 scripted shows airing in 2015, it's time […]
While there may be "too much television" on the air, there has been a lack of truly great TV this fall.
In a summer stuffed with more TV options than ever, the most buzzed about show wasn't Orange Is the New Black or True Detective, but Mr. Robot, USA's acclaimed new hacker drama. An antithesis to USA's usual "blue skies" formula, Mr.
After 15 months and thousands of memes, True Detective Season 2 finally premieres on Sunday. It would be nearly impossible for any show to live up to that level of hype and anticipation—and True Detective doesn't, at least not in the new season's early going.
Not too long ago, summer TV offered audiences the chance for a much-needed breather. As broadcast networks mostly phoned in their June-to-August programming, viewers could watch a few cable series, catch up on the shows they missed the previous season and give TV a bit of a break before the new season began in September.
Cutting the cord has created larger viewership numbers for HBO, according to a new study by Amobee Brand Intelligence.
Disembodied, badly equalized and with no musical cues or ambient sound around it, the nonetheless recognizable voice of Kevin Spacey in sneering antihero mode fuzzes over the computer speakers. "You think that you can just march into these countries based on some fundamentalist religious principles, drop a few bombs, topple a dictator and start a democracy?" he asks. "Ha!
Taylor Kitsch is someone you'll be seeing a lot of, and soon. From his first role—a minor part in Samuel L.
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