As other celebrities have learned before her, January Jones's work and talent is no match for the gossip surrounding her.
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The opening themes to some TV shows are as artful as the shows themselves.
As more and more original cable programming dominates, it's time to ponder a new double standard in what we think makes for good TV.
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Women are turning up the tramp factor, white guys are co-opting black culture, and black artists are upping their “gangsta” stance.
ABC revamps its schedule, FOX tries some new sitcoms on for size, the CW puts ita faith in monsters, and NBC makes one of the dumbest moves of the year.
ABC is adding some new comedies to its sitcom line-up, the CW is hoping for another superpowered teen drama smash, and NBC tries to get hip.
"Ozymandias" may be Breaking Bad's crowing achievement, but "Felina" gave audiences what they wanted, and it's mercifully devoid of pandering.
With ample amounts of blood and guts, TV today is pushing the envelope of the violence. But is all this gore just masquerading creative shortcomings?