It’s two top 10s for the price of one: My favorite shows of the year, and of the decade. They’ve got nothing in common.Continue reading 2019 Yearbook: David’s Top TV
PEAK TV! PEAK TV!
There have been maybe two films this year that have impressed me enough to make my year-end list. Not so with television. What should you be catching up on this summer?
The final bow of the forever significant and relevant Mad Men serves as a stark reminder of that phrase made popular by Mick and the Gang: You can’t always get what you want…
As we prepare to say goodbye to the last series of television’s “Golden Age,” Rachel and David take a walk down Mad Men memory lane and make predictions for its future.
Lock up your daughters — Don Draper is back. And how.
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?
I’d like to tell you that the last Mad Men midseason finale was subtly brilliant, full of masterful performances, major plot developments, and quiet nods for patient, loyal viewers.
For a show highlighting deception, self-reflection, and human frailty, Mad Men is, at its core, all about family.
In the craziest — and maybe bravest — episode of the season, Mad Men remains at the top of its game.