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It's No Joke: Why We Need 'Take My Wife'

As Seeso shuts down, this excellent series is in need of a new home.

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In 'Supernatural' Season 12 Episode 10: “Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets”

Exploring some character backstory in a slowly moving stand-alone episode.

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Fandom, Nostalgia, and the Power of 'Gilmore Girls'

Thousands of Gilmore Girls fans visited pop-up Luke's Diner coffee shops across the US on "Gilmore Day", indicating the strength of the fandom's passion and support.

Alyssa Rasmus
Television

Supernatural: Season 11, Episode 22 - "We Happy Few"

The show serves up an Avengers-esque character round-up, but the plot is powerless.

Jessy Krupa
Television

Supernatural: Season 11, Episode 18 - "Hell's Angel"

A few surprises awaited us in the midst of an otherwise anticlimatic, plot-heavy episode.

Jessy Krupa
Sports

Was Super Bowl 50 a Golden Bowl?

A pop culture play-by-play of the biggest TV event of the year.

Television

Supernatural: Season 11, Episode 11 - "Into the Mystic"

The show continues its comeback with one of the best episodes of the season.

Jessy Krupa
Television

'Supernatural' Resolutions for 2016

A semi-controversial list of suggestions to improve Supernatural's eleventh season in the new year.

Jessy Krupa
Television

Supernatural: Season 11, Episode 8 - "Just My Imagination"

The show spins its wheels and goes just a little too far with its bloodbath.

Jessy Krupa
Television

Supernatural: Season 11, Episode 7 - "Plush"

"Plush", the first true stand-alone episode of this season, is stuffed with horror movie cliches and filler.

Jessy Krupa
Television

Supernatural: Season 11, Episode 6 - "Our Little World"

“Our Little World” offers bizarre family dynamics that lead to the revelation of major plot points (and a great Castiel moment).

Jessy Krupa
Television

Supernatural: Season 11, Episode 5 - "Thin Lizzie"

"Thin Lizzie" goes through the motions, with a mixed bag of false leads, soul searching, and a lot of Darkness.

Jessy Krupa
Television

Supernatural: Season 11, Episode 4 - "Baby"

Weird camera angles, hybrid monsters, and a brotherly sing-along leads us to some interesting plot developments when Supernatural puts Baby in the driver's seat.

Jessy Krupa
Television

Supernatural: Season 11, Episode 2 - "Form and Void"

“Form and Void” is half of a whole, with some overly familiar scenarios, but still manages to offer a few unforeseen twists.

Jessy Krupa
Television

'Blindspot': Episode 1 - Pilot

NBC reinvents The Blacklist: How does Blindspot hold up?

Anthony Merino
Television

Mr. Robot: Episode 10 - "zer0_day.avi"

Both the world and Elliot fall apart, as the long-awaited E Corp hack finally comes to fruition.

Sean Fennell
Television

Mr. Robot: Episode 7 - "V1EW_S0URCE.FLV"

Tyrell, Angela and Elliot all make decisions, both emotional and tactical, that will shape their fortunes from here on out.

Television

'True Detective': Maybe Tomorrow

True Detective, Season 2, Episode 3: Where does the kitsch end and the surreal begin?

Television

J.K. Rowling's 'The Casual Vacancy' Charts the Perils of Adaption

In bringing J.K. Rowling's first post-Potter novel to TV, Sarah Phelps sands away the sharp corners and personal complications that made the book so memorable.

Television

Did Robert Durst Jinx HBO's 'Serial' Adaption?

The final, unscripted moments of HBO's The Jinx have opened a pandora's box of questions surrounding the network's potential adaptation of the Serial podcast.

Television

Binging on 'Daredevil': Marvel's Netflix Series Is As Brutal As It Is Compelling

It's hard to imagine that Daredevil exists in the same universe as the Avengers, but the series successfully delves into street-level violence not yet explored in Marvel's big screen efforts.

Television

In the Game of Genre Television, You Win or You Get Cancelled

Networks will continue to falter in their attempts to imitate Game of Thrones if they fail to prioritize character development over flashy fantasy storytelling.

Television

Super Bowl XLIX: Greatest Show on Earth?

After unprecedented hype, was the big game truly a big deal?

Television

"We're in a Very Gray Area": Looking Back on 'House of Cards', Chapter One

House of Cards might be gearing up for its third season, but the very first episode of the series is the most telling indication of how Netflix is helping television break new ground.

Television

The Class Conciousness of Judge Judy

Judge Judy has been on the air for almost 20 years now, a legacy that continues to be built on the exploitation of others.

Television

'True Detective' and the Death of Television Criticism

Something has gone wrong if critics consider True Detective the best that contemporary television has to offer.

Television

Addressing America's Brutal Past in 'The Address'

The Address shows that there’s no point to public education if students don’t walk away with useful lessons for life.

Television

Why 'The Amazing Race' Can't Lose

With rare exception CBS's Amazing Race has had a lock on the annual Emmy, but its wins are more about formula than quality.


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