Sean Knight chimes in with mini-reviews of some of the latest from Netflix and Hulu.
House of Cards’s fourth season may be as binge-watchable as ever, but missed opportunities and oddly toothless plot developments make it also the most disappointing. [Spoilers ahoy!]
House of Cards is dangerously close to being good TV. (Warning: if you haven’t finished your binge-watch by now, full spoilers ahead.)
The Emmys are on Monday! Time to dive into the nominations, predict the winners, and preemptively gripe about the losers. Breaking Bad or True Detective? Veep or Orange is the New Black?
House of Cards returns for its second season with a renewed sense of purpose. Be forewarned – there are spoilers in this review.
In which our resident prognosticators attempt to make sense of the nonsensical: the Golden Globes. Today, we take a look at the television nominees…
It’s the end of the year, which means it’s time for lists! First, I reveal my favorite — not the best — series that I watched in 2013. Number one will not surprise you.
With Breaking Bad coming to a triumphant close — depending on who you ask — this past Sunday, it’s time to take immediate, knee-jerk stock of the television landscape and anoint a new MVP: Most Valuable Program. Here are 25(!) series that are vying for the prize. Let’s choose one, shall we?
This Sunday, Neil Patrick Harris hosts the Emmys, which purports to honor the finest television of last year, but is mostly an opportunity for the voters to repeatedly honor the same people over and over again. If the Golden Globes are awful because of their nomination process, at least they usually get the winners right. The Emmys, meanwhile, are constantly behind the curve. Will anything change this year? Let’s dive into the nominations…