Television

Arts & Culture Television
Eve TushnetSeptember 19, 2017
The absurdity of "BoJack Horseman" offers an unrelenting, often devastating look into our own humanity.
Arts & Culture Television
Raymond A. SchrothSeptember 13, 2017
For nearly 20 years, the United States was severely divided by race, and a generational split not seen since the Civil War.
Padraic Delany as Martin Luther at the Diet of Worms in 1517. (Courtesy of Jake Thomas/PBS)
Arts & Culture Television
John AndersonSeptember 11, 2017
The two-hour film portrays the "simple monk" Martin Luther as more of a Catholic than he is generally thought to be.
Arts & Culture Television
Eloise BlondiauSeptember 08, 2017
Orji's differences with her character felt like a joke at first, but now? "I get it, Lord; I see what you’re doing!"
Arts & Culture Television
Jim McDermottAugust 28, 2017
Climate change is the real battle before us, a battle quite possibly against extinction. It sounds ridiculously fantastic to put it like that; if only we had dragons and a Night King to help us believe.
Laurie Davidson as William Shakespeare in "Will" (photo: TNT)
Arts & Culture Television
John AndersonJuly 08, 2017
The story of Shakespeare is eternally appealing, because we want to know what confluence of circumstances, or divine blessing, could produce such a towering figure.