Once upon a time, the idea that Bert and Ernie were not merely roommates but shacking up was borne of immature humor that would be condemned in many quarters today.
No more simple, child-like fun for Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends. Now they are tugging a political agenda to the pre-K set.
Netflix drops plenty of comedy on subscribers today, with the familiar in new seasons of ‘BoJack Horseman’ and ‘American Vandal,’ and a talk show hosted by Norm Macdonald.
Season Three concludes with Baltar’s trial and shocking discoveries on the path to Earth.
‘Playmakers’ could have survived during this ‘Peak TV’ era—imagine a season taking on Bountygate, head trauma, or a real estate mogul desperate to own a team.
The fact is, the idea that heavily biased political comedy shows appeal to enough people to make them viable is a fantasy.
As the series approaches the Season Three finale, Starbuck and Apollo take dramatic turns.
With the final season of ‘Game of Thrones’ less than a year away, it’s time for a solid rewatch of the entire series from start to finish.
‘Sharp Objects’ begins as a straightforward thriller, but ends up tackling our age’s tendentious relationship with its past—and the futility of our attempts at self-determining autonomy.
While never particularly deep, and somewhat predictable, ‘Jack Ryan’ has everything a television spy series should.
Season two of ‘Barry’ feels like a gloomy prospect. The show is done by episode eight, the story told, the point hammered home. Unfortunately, HBO likely senses a cult hit and has renewed it.
Seinfeld has created a wonderful escape from the political insanity of our day in his show ‘Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee,’ and he should keep it that way.
‘Castle Rock’ is essential viewing for Stephen King fans, but there’s probably not enough horror to draw in most other genre aficionados.
In last night’s episode of ABC’s ‘The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All,’ host Chris Harrison interviewed the men Becca Kufrin has sent home.
After the rescue of settlers from New Caprica, humanity is reunited but not quite reunified.
Mike Reiss is “The Simpsons” longest-serving writer, producer, and 4-time Emmy Award winner. He talks comedy and favorite episodes on Federalist Radio.
Whoopi Goldberg and Fox News host Jeanine Pirro got into a screaming match with one another over Donald Trump during a segment of ABC’s ‘The View’ today.
Without a deeply conservative host whose mission is a contest of ideas, the show loses a large part of what made it so appealing for the 33 years of its original run.
HBO’s ‘Sharp Objects’ constructs a compelling mystery within a mystery, leaving audiences to wonder if the two conclusions will ultimately be the same.
The Emmy show will be hosted by head ‘Saturday Night Live’ writers Michael Che and Colin Jost, who aren’t preachy about politics and have a good rapport.
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