"The Iron Throne" is exciting for 40 minutes, and then a huge letdown.
A pre-finale podcast about the HBO series that taught America to love death and dragons.
Pack of abandoned teens don’t seem to care what happened, and neither will you.
Surprise: A viral study is junk science.
"The Last of the Starks" suggests that "the best ruler might be someone who doesn't want to rule."
A miniseries about the deadly nuclear disaster that marked the doom of the Soviet Union
Friday A/V Club: Back in the '80s, Bernie Sanders had a public-access TV show. The archives are now online.
This is a show about politics, and the big bad isn't the Night King. It's Cersei Lannister.
Netflix show gives an old horror trope new life. Also, there’s Uma Thurman.
PBS documentary illustrates two sides pushing even further apart.
The imminent start of the final season of Game of Thrones is a good time to consider the series' political message, and reprise some of my work on that subject. Plus, a discussion of the political economy portrayed in George R.R. Martin's recently published prequel to the series.
Sam Rockwell, Michelle Williams star in FX miniseries about troubled life of famous choreographer.
Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson lead a brutal chase across Texas.
An anthology series about sad salesmen, space marines, super-intelligent yogurt, and the national debt
Thinly veiled ABC drama blames the jury for flaws in the case.
Is it already time to feel nostalgia over growing up less than 20 years ago? Maybe.
Mind the dildos in Gregg Araki's latest.
Throw another "Will they or won't they?" spy thriller show onto the schedule.
Rather than investigating claims against a pediatrician, he was shuffled around. Sound familiar?
Town hall pilloried because Schultz is undeclared, uninformed, unelectable...and because he might become the next-or help the current-Donald Trump.
A Groundhog Day with bite
Blame misguided federal policies, not the network.
Cocaine! Lamborghinis! Don Cheadle!
"Bears, beets, Battlestar Galactica" goes intergalactic?
Two book series adaptations and a sci-fi melodrama reboot launch next week.
It's a parable about black markets, the nanny state, and the morality of resisting silly, arbitrary laws.
Documentaries explore film industry's history, Marilyn Monroe's past.
A history of fun
The series, which returns to Amazon Prime on December 5, depicts a burgeoning counterculture fighting for free speech.
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The show's derivative mimickry of time-skipping ruins the tension.
The host of TruTV's hit show has lost some faith in the power of rational discourse. And he has some ideas for how to fix the problem.
If Skynet looms on the horizon, you won't find the evidence here.
AMC turns le Carre's spy novel into six-hour epic.
Showtime recreates infamous 2015 caper from upstate New York.
A culture of outrage doesn't help anyone.
If they weren't a family of ruthlessly violent dictators, they'd be a reality television show.