While the piece is focused on Pau's success now and remains consistently upbeat, it does touch -- very briefly -- on what what can happen when players come to the States from elsewhere.
Matt Smith gives us all a Yuletide treat as the 11th Doctor returns for a special that's a little more...well, special than previous seasonal outings.
If he's not quite the same action star as he was, Seagal remains a dominant screen presence, if only because he surrounds himself with much less compelling figures.
With the premiere date for the fifth season of Mad Men rapidly approaching (25 March), it's fun to ponder what will happen...
Lots of people watch Mad Men, but lots and lots more don't.
I am as excited as a person could possibly be for the beginning of the fifth season of Mad Men, but I worry that the season won’t be as good as we want it to be.
Yesterday I took a look back at Season Four of Mad Men, and today I want to consider the data we currently have for what to expect in Season Five.
For fans of Mad Men, the wait is nearly over. Season Five of the series premieres with a two-hour episode on Sunday, March 25. Yay! Let's take a look at where we left off:
Grantland’s ‘Smacketology’ bracket for determining the ‘greatest character’ from The Wire is an exercise in futility; nevertheless, it begs the question(s): What makes a character great, and how can there be only one?
Real Sports reports that KHL has recently been offering players huge contracts in order to rebuild Russia's reputation as a hockey powerhouse, but it has not looked after them.