TV

Jim McDermott September 17, 2018
When “American Vandal” debuted on Netflix last year, it seemed to be positioning itself as the raucous send-up of the true crime genre. In Season Two, there is a much sharper edge to this new premise.
James T. Keane September 07, 2018
"Lodge 49” is a "very personal story" for creator Jim Gavin. "It’s about losing a parent and losing everything you worked for as a family."
Few art forms disappear forever, and the socially conscious sitcom has enjoyed a mini-revival recently. ABC relaunched “Roseanne” in the spring, but its initial success was overshadowed by the off-screen behavior of its star. (Adam Rose/ABC via AP)
Robert David Sullivan September 05, 2018
Fifty years ago, U.S. television began to reflect the political debates going on in our homes. But genuine differences may be to hot to handle in the Age of Trump.
Roy Moore with Sacha Baron Cohen (photo: Showtime)
Bill McGarvey August 02, 2018
As an agent provocateur, Cohen’s new show had an impact before it even aired.
Jim McDermott August 02, 2018
Rather than provoking derision, these shows inspire a sense of empathy, a broadening of horizons.
Allyson Escobar July 23, 2018
Forgiveness is an underlying theme in the second and latest season of the controversial Netflix teen drama series, “13 Reasons Why.”