Thursday, September 1 2011
Even within the US, where democracy and political openness have fostered a rich tradition of rebellious humor, stains still linger from those periods when “God-is-on-our-side” attitudes swept the nation into a mass hysteria of obedience and fear.
Thursday, March 4 2010
When NBC moved Jay Leno to ten, the network thought it was going to change the very face of TV. The goals in developing Jerry Seinfeld's The Marriage Ref were undoubtedly more modest. But Jerry may yet succeed where Jay failed.
Tuesday, February 16 2010
Tuesday, February 2 2010
Ricky Gervais teams up with his Office co-creator Stephen Merchant for Cemetery Junction, a coming of age story set in 1970s Reading, Berkshire.
Thursday, April 2 2009
Sunday, February 1 2009
Every once in awhile, Britain rules over America. The Office, Spaced, Coupling and other British shows are gradually narrowing the Atlantic-sized gap between the United States and England.
Monday, September 22 2008
Friday, September 19 2008
As you endure Ghost Town's unfunny "unfinished business," you can't help but be thankful for Téa Leoni's precision and classically screwballish physicality.