Tuesday, January 11 2011
Running the gamut from the ever-present to the new and novel, PopMatters' TV picks prove that, as a medium, the small screen challenges the big at every entertainment (and aesthetic) level.
Sunday, July 10 2011
Damages main dramatic elements still work grandly, but its too-many subplots -- some of them utterly pointless -- weigh this season down considerably.
Sunday, February 7 2010
Patty’s actions, rather like those of Jack Bauer in 24, dramatize the fundamental contradiction at the heart of any democratic society.
Sunday, April 6 2008
A superbly acted, complex serial story, this show is well-suited to the DVD medium as it can followed at your own pace without fear of missing some of the story.
Monday, July 23 2007
The new FX legal thriller offers images that stand out for their precise pacing, deep-saturated colors, and gorgeous design as much as for their storytelling.
Wednesday, April 21 2010
A review of the third season finale of Damages.
Thursday, February 25 2010
I love Damages. I do. But I can't help but feel that their trailers are... lacking. Tate Donovan's, "Another 15 minutes and you would have been
Monday, February 1 2010
After a spectacular first season and disappointing second season, what will we see in the third season of FX’s Damages?
Friday, January 21 2011
Does a woman bring more than just female viewers to a TV legal drama? It's a question that networks and producers are thinking about as
Friday, February 26 2010
LOS ANGELES — William Hurt was virtually unrecognizable on the recent Golden Globes telecast when the cameras panned to the "Damages" nominee. The 59-year-old actor was
Monday, August 20 2007
Ted Danson knows that Glenn Close scares people. "C'mon, she's evil!" Danson said jokingly of the actress, who stars in FX's "Damages" (10 p.m. EDT
Sunday, August 5 2007
Holly Hunter told a story recently about secretly convening seven years ago with other top actresses, including Kyra Sedgwick and Mary-Louise Parker, who hatched a
Sunday, July 22 2007
"Subliminally, people still think women in power are considered aberrant," Close says. "It's been that way for centuries. I want Patty to be a good leader. I don't want her to lead by fear or screaming."