Channel Surfing

November 2013

Women Are on Top in ‘American Horror Story: Coven’

No show in recent memory has showcased such powerful and alluring women, and the performances of Jessica Lange, Emma Roberts, and Angela Bassett are pitch-perfect.


The Tested Truth About ‘Maury Povich’

More than just "Baby Daddy's" are revealed every day on Maury Povich's long-running talkshow.


October 2013

The Downfall of the News Junkie

Is there such a thing as being "too informed"?


January Jones and the Fight for a Public Persona

As other celebrities have learned before her, January Jones's work and talent is no match for the gossip surrounding her.


Weekends This Fall: Your 2013 TV Preview

Is there anything on TV worth staying at home for? It’s not too late to find out!


Nine Great TV Opening Themes

The opening themes to some TV shows are as artful as the shows themselves.


Is the Source of Today’s TV Programming More Important to Us Than the Actual Programs?

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.


Thursdays This Fall: Your 2013 TV Preview

It’s not too late to get all the information you need on all the new fall shows.


The Disconnect Between the Mouth and the Hips: Pop Icons’ Mixed Messages

Women are turning up the tramp factor, white guys are co-opting black culture, and black artists are upping their “gangsta” stance.


Tuesdays This Fall: Your 2013 TV Preview

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.


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Hitchcock's 'Suspicion', 'I Confess' and 'The Wrong Man' Return in Blu-ray

// Short Ends and Leader

"These three films on DVD from Warner Archives showcase different facets of Alfred Hitchcock's brilliance.

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