Taraji P. Henson is wonderful, but it’s the show’s writers that deserve credit for not making Cookie a one-note character — and giving her one-liners that would make Shakespeare jealous.
TV is a land of ethnic stereotypes. Will “Fresh” go deep or stick to shallow jokes?
I was telling two colleagues about my favorite new show, “Jane the Virgin,” which I love for its over-the-top melodrama, sly wit and warm heart. They said, “Who the what?”
By 2011, Scott Bradlee had formed Postmodern Jukebox and began putting popular music in a time machine.
Every year I say I’m not going to watch it anymore. It’s schmaltzy. It’s exploitative. It’s so blindingly white. I watch anyway.
The trend for TV dramas in 2015 is clear: Cram in as many story-lines as you can. Here’s a preview of three new plot-packed series.
After a 10-minute nap, I awoke to a show that slowly began gathering strength, pushing its predictable characters into unpredictable situations.
Now if Andy would just watch a log burn, that would be the epitome of slow TV.
All the cool folks are watching TV on their phones.
This has been a sad year, what with all the wars and plagues. Even TV was sad. Here are some of the sadlights.