In its third season, it looks like Orphan Black will begin exploring its core issue—misogyny—through the eyes of men.
With its trademark precision, sympathy, and discomfort, Louie takes a sideways look at police brutality.
As Mad Men ponders the future, the emptiness is a problem.
On Game of Thrones, people used to fear their governments. Now, governments are learning to fear their people.
Holy doodle, here we go: Orphan Black is back. Nobody said it was going to be easy.
Moving from poop jokes to relationship wisdom to exploring the essence of comedy itself, Louie refuses to be locked into any one model.
Regrettably, Matthew Weiner saved one of the worst Mad Men episodes to be one of the last.
The good lords are dead, and the rest are monsters. But in the new world order, individuals have the freedom to choose what kind of world they want to live in.
As I begin my coverage of the fifth season of Louie, we learn—not for the first time—that life is a shitty pot luck.
At the beginning of the end of Mad Men, the characters—and we—are already asking: is that all there is?