Hank Stuever

TV criticWashington, D.C.

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Post TV critic Hank Stuever discusses the good, bad and so-bad-it's-good of TV.

  • Aug 6, 2015

TV REVIEW | Craig Robinson has the misfortune of winding up in a very old-school sitcom about a music teacher.

  • Aug 4, 2015

CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | The end of an era, yes, but “Daily Show” fans now live in a world of do-it-yourself satire.

  • Jul 30, 2015

Post TV critic Hank Stuever discusses the good, bad and so-bad-it's-good of TV.

  • Jul 30, 2015

Jon Stewart’s replacement says he wants to move the show away from being so Fox News-centric.

  • Jul 29, 2015

TV REVIEW | On the show, which E! treats with uncharacteristic subtlety, the star refers often to her new “responsibilities” as the world’s most famous transgender woman.

  • Jul 24, 2015

Post TV critic Hank Stuever discusses the good, bad and so-bad-it's-good of TV.

  • Jul 23, 2015

REVIEW | The campy thrills are gone, but maybe the real value in “Sharknado” is as a cleansing ritual of our tackiest impulses.

  • Jul 21, 2015

TV REVIEWS | Also on TV Land: “Impastor,” about a likable scoundrel posing as a man of the cloth.

  • Jul 14, 2015

FX’s horror drama is gratifyingly gross.

  • Jul 10, 2015
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About
Hank Stuever, The Washington Post's TV critic since 2009, joined the paper in 1999 as a writer for the Style section, where he has covered an array of popular (and unpopular) culture across the nation. Stuever was born and raised in Oklahoma and previously worked at newspapers in Albuquerque and Austin. He lives in Washington, D.C.

Hank's other writing

Hank is the author of Tinsel, a non-fiction book about the emotional and economic impact of Christmas; and Off Ramp, an essay collection on American life. He also talks about writing, books, pop culture and mostly himself at his personal blog here.

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