Frank Underwood breaks the fourth wall and Rust Cohle waxes philosophical. Our definitive breakdown of what is more annoying.
"The Americans," the anti-"House of Cards"
Behind the scenes of a very bizarre show.
It's not because he's British. It's because he's shameless.
"Haunted Houses," the sixth episode of True Detective, was almost certainly the weakest hour yet. The show is so superbly acted and directed that this sounds like more of a criticism than it actually is; "Haunted Houses" was still terrific television. But for the first time the show felt somewhat clichéd and unoriginal—less an experiment in stylistically groundbreaking television than a retread of other cop shows and films.
How can someone be a feminist if she terminates health care for a pregnant woman?
This explosive plot development in season two is House of Cards at its worst.
Comcast Time-Warner merger will create Orwellian monopoly
In George Orwell’s 1984, the world is divided into three totalitarian superstates, but in the world of broadband and cable television only a single company may soon reign supreme. Comcast announced today it has agreed to acquire Time-Warner, its largest and only significant competitor in the cable and broadband business.
A Bicultural Viewer's Guide
*/ In the current issue of the magazine, Laura Bennett wrote about the making of "Metástasis," the Spanish-language adaptation of "Breaking Bad" that will air later this year on networks across Latin America, as well as on Univision's UniMás in the States.
Jay Leno told Jimmy Fallon to make his monologue longer. Jimmy would be a fool to listen.