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Afflicted with a mental disorder, Carrie Mathison is an unlikely American hero, and seems a bad bet besides.
Will TV's new world of branding and product integration destroy small independent productions?
The raunchy, racy comedian makes us laugh and cringe.
His nostalgic PBS series casts WWII as acrucible of meaning. Too bad it lacked a tighter focus on the moral failure of combat.
With an ominous sense of foreboding, Tony Soprano takes his last drive down the Jersey Turnpike, after seven seasons and 86 bloody, sexy, curse-ridden episodes.
Over eighteen seasons and three presidential eras, The Simpsons has paid badly animated homage to all that sucks in America.
What makes Fox's The OC so addictive is its
California-kissed story lines and appealing characters. But what is it
about women the show doesn't understand?
Faulkner does Oprah.
An analysis of the BBC's documentary on Al Qaeda and Islamic terrorism.
Without baring flesh, exchanging fluids or even shedding blood, Will
& Grace has become the craftiest, if not the most radical, show
in the history of network television--though not