Wednesday, January 16 2013
Thanks to imports and cable channel choices, the year in TV was very interesting indeed. Where else can classical detectives meet with their updated complements, or sullen 20-somethings smirk at their ancient societal/criminal betters? Oh, and don't forget squid.
Tuesday, January 10 2012
The small screen offers up the usual suspects, proving once again that, with a few exceptions, what's good on today's prime time schedule will stay that way until the next best-of list.
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.
Monday, January 16 2012
As old-fashioned as Raylan may want to be, in Justified, he's got to keep up.
Thursday, February 3 2011
Justified has the thrilling shootouts, but its success owes more to a rare attribute in action television: charm.
Monday, March 15 2010
Raylon is less compelling when he's shooting and driving than when he's observing and listening.
Wednesday, August 10 2011
This year Justified went from being a very good show to being a great one, while two of TV's most promising new series, Terriers and The Chicago Code, were gone too soon.
Tuesday, February 23 2010
The actor best known for playing hard-headed bad-ass lawman Bullock in HBO’s much acclaimed historical Western drama Deadwood is back as… a bad-ass lawman.
Tuesday, January 17 2012
DETROIT — Staring down a no-good, gun-toting heir to a marijuana empire in rural Kentucky who’s just thrown a dead rat at his car, Raylan
Sunday, February 6 2011
The arrivals this week of "The Chicago Code" and "Justified" couldn't have been timed better, and not just because these two excellent shows will cure
Wednesday, March 17 2010
LOS ANGELES — "Justified," the latest testosterone-fueled drama from FX, scored big numbers in its debut Tuesday night. The show, which stars Timothy Olyphant as a
Tuesday, March 16 2010
LOS ANGELES — You have to wonder if the pitch for FX's new tough guy drama "Justified" included the phrase "think 'McCloud' meets 'Dexter.'" Based