It was the biggest, most ambitious, most diverse, and best decade in television history. And these were my 50 favorite shows.
TV LISTS AND ROUNDUPS
There are many ways in which 2016 was a terrible, no-good, very bad year. But television provided a ridiculous embarrassment of riches.
Four shows enter. Three shows suck.
The third week of the Fall 2016 premiere season brings a veritable cornucopia of new network shows—most of them far better than I expected.
In this week's installment of "First Look/Last Look," it's a bit of a mixed bag.
Every year in "First Look/Last Look," I pan for TV gold in the fetid riverbed of the new fall season. This year, the first batch—surprisingly—is all gold.
There are more good shows now than a beleaguered critic can possibly watch, but here are my 20 best TV experiences of 2015.
Panning for TV gold in the fetid riverbed of the new fall season, I check out Minority Report, Blindspot, The Muppets, Scream Queens, and Heroes Reborn.
Murders in the Arctic Circle, musicians in Manhattan, superheroes in Starling City, and Nazis in America: this week's TV roundup has something for everyone.
This week the Unaffiliated Critic kept it 100 with The Nightly Show, speed-watched The Flash, tried on The Hollow Crown, gleefully suffered Slings & Arrows, and endured about as much of Backstrom as he could stand.
This week I catch up with Jane the Virgin, check out the pilots of Togetherness and Man Seeking Woman, and recommend some British shows you've never heard of.
A quick round-up of what The Unaffiliated Critic has been watching this week, including Agent Carter, Empire, The Americans, and more…
My obligatory year-end list of my 15 favorite shows of 2014.