House of Cards Season 3 Review: A Second Take

The fascinating rise and fall of Frank Underwood.

Girls: “Ask Me My Name” Season 4 Episode 7 Review

Girls has treaded into traditional sitcom territory before, but never as much as in “Ask Me My Name.”

House of Cards Season 3 Review: Heroes and Villains

Netflix’s Shakespearean political drama is back and, with Frank as president, bigger than ever. But the show’s third season puts each of its main characters under a moral microscope, eventually drawing lines

Broad City: “Citizen Ship” Season 2 Episode 7 Review

A boozy boat cruise doesn’t offer the crazy antics you’d expect, but instead leads to some surprising introspection.

Parks and Recreation Season 7 Review: Epilogues on Epilogues

The final season of the beloved Parks and Rec. is a strange animal. For the most part, it seemed superfluous, but then there were moments that I laughed harder at this show than I

Agent Carter Full Season Review: Not Quite Marvelous

Marvel’s second TV outing was certainly different from everything it’s done in live-action so far, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it was among the best.

Better Call Saul: “Hero” Season 1 Episode 4 Review

With its fourth episode, Better Call Saul is starting to flesh out its world, while also giving us hints at the road from Jimmy McGill to Saul Goodman.

Arrow: “Nanda Parbat” Season 3 Episode 15 Review

“Nanda Parbat” is the first episode since Oliver was seemingly killed on that cliff to deal directly with the League of Assassins. With some eight or so episodes left, it’s about time Arrow started

Top 10 Parks and Recreation Episodes

So we’ve reached the end. There’s no more Parks and Rec. ever. To mourn the end of the show, and celebrate it as a whole, here are our top ten episodes ever.

Agent Carter: “Valediction” Season Finale Review

As far as finales go, “Valediction” was a pretty tame one.