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Monday, November 5 2012

Is ‘The Walking Dead’ Actually Any Good?

So far, the incredible ratings for the current season of The Walking Dead has been the talk of TV sites and blogs. Here we look at Season 3 coolly, with the use of a report card.


Thursday, April 21 2011

How Much Does an Accurate Location Matter When Watching TV?

Unlike other formats, the sitcom allows us to suspend disbelief because we know this is a set, we know there’s a reason we’ve never actually seen a New York street in Friends, or the fourth wall of an apartment in any show. And we’re okay with that.


Friday, January 28 2011

The Year In TV: May 2010

Continuing out look at the year’s most notable television events, here’s what happened in May 2010.


Monday, December 20 2010

February 2010 in TV

It was a month of high ratings, a truly “super” bowl, and shocking tragedies for TV audiences.


Friday, October 8 2010

‘The Event’ Will Be Unrequited

I don’t know what The Event is – and I suspect I never will -- but not for lack of trying.


Monday, August 23 2010

Consumerism and the Fan: A LOST Case Study

Just as LOST established a new baseline for television creativity and found new ways equally to mesmerize and frustrate viewers, so did the LOST auction set a new standard for television-based consumerism.


Friday, August 20 2010

LOST in Memorabilia

The LOST auction, August 21-22, may be the ultimate TV auction, and participating fans get a chance to make TV history as well as take a piece of it home.


Monday, August 16 2010

Your Virtual Fall TV Preview: Mondays

If you want to know what’s new on primetime TV this fall, stop right here.


Wednesday, July 28 2010

Future Shock, Postmodern Nostalgia, and Uncanny Technologies

The speed of technological change is unprecedented. Author Anna Jane Grossman finds that it has imbued her "with a kind of odd nostalgia for right now.”


Sunday, June 20 2010

Father’s Day Is Over, But Daddy Issues Remain in ‘Bioshock 2’ and ‘Red Dead Redemption’

Baby Boomer films such as Star Wars taught us about the corruptible and corrupting influence of an authoritarian father; now games like Bioshock 2 and Red Dead Redemption explore Generation X's “daddy issues”.


Lost Baggage (Features) [20.May.10]
Lost: The Auction (Mixed Media) [18.May.10]
The Soup: ‘Lost Vs. V’ (video) (Mixed Media) [11.May.10]
Lost: The Final Countdown: Blog 1 (Channel Surfing) [22.Apr.10]
Chronic ‘Lost’ Sickness (Columns) [14.Mar.10]
Top 10 Episodes of 2009 (Channel Surfing) [12.Jan.10]
Holding Out For ‘Heroes’ (Channel Surfing) [2.Dec.09]
Pop 20: Loving ‘Lost’ (News) [8.May.09]
Lost: Season Five Premiere (Reviews) [28.Jan.09]
Lost: The Complete Fourth Season (Reviews) [11.Jan.09]
Lost (Reviews) [3.Jun.08]
Lost: Via Domus (Reviews) [30.Mar.08]
Lost (Reviews) [7.Feb.08]
Lost (Reviews) [31.May.07]
Lost (Reviews) [12.Feb.07]
Lost: Season Three Premiere (Reviews) [11.Oct.06]
Lost (Reviews) [3.Oct.06]
Lost / The Amazing Race (Reviews) [3.Oct.06]
Lost (Reviews) [14.Jun.05]
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