Category Archives: Television

Top 5 TV Shows of 2017 (So Far)

In the age of “peak TV,” your weekly viewing options can be somewhat overwhelming. Between streaming services, premium cable, and regular networks, there are so many shows out there that you’re bound

Veep: “Groundbreaking” Season 6 Finale Review

Veep makes several leaps and bounds to get where it wants to be for season 7.

Veep: “A Woman First” Season 6 Episode 9 Review

Selina’s world implodes and then reassembles itself on the penultimate episode of the season.

Television’s Top 10 LGBT Characters

In our continued celebration of Pride Month, we’re counting down the ten best LGBT characters in television history. In television, characters stay with us longer, allowing us to see them grow and

Fargo: “Somebody to Love” Season 3 Finale Review

With the way Fargo concluded its third season, it oddly feels like the streak of FX series with complete creative control might’ve finally been broken. “Somebody to Love” is just as gorgeous as the

Better Call Saul: “Lantern” Season 3 Finale Review

“You hurt people, Jimmy,” Chuck tells his brother in what is likely the last time they’ll ever speak or see each other. “I never cared much for you,” he adds. This is

Veep: “Judge” Season 6 Episode 8 Review

It’s Gary’s 40th birthday, so of course Selina finds an opportunity to make the whole event about herself.

American Gods: “Come to Jesus” Season 1 Finale Review

It’s official. The more outwardly open American Gods is with its premise, the better the show is. The details of the series have been abundant from the start. From the visually arresting to the

Fargo: “Aporia” Season 3 Episode 9 Review

“Aporia” is all about moving pieces in the direction of the end of the season. It does that fairly well, but at this point, it’s become very clear that Fargo season three, while perfectly

Better Call Saul: “Fall” Season 3 Episode 9 Review

With “Fall,” the penultimate episode of season three, the purpose of the second half of the season is starting to take shape. It’s become clear that there’s a before “Chicanery” and an