The DVD release of the cult rock-n’-roll sitcom is much better than fans expected.
Broadway is having some fresh success with comedy — but it’s running out of new comedy writers.
Book review: Chris Taylor’s ‘How Star Wars Conquered the Universe: The Past, Present and Future of a Multibillion Dollar Franchise’
Touching on the latest trends and technology can be a risky formula for TV writers
The Cosby Show’s reputation increases a little bit every year. Maybe that’s because in retrospect, we can see how unique it was.
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NBC’s “Meet the Press,” one of the Sunday morning news dinosaurs, is trying to change its image… with Luke Russert and Joe Scarborough?
Television is a writer’s medium, and that can limit the creativity of a show’s director. But times are changing.
The rise of high definition has also reduced the value of old shows. Enter a forgotten hero: DVDs.
Jaime Weinman and Adrian Lee talk about the tyranny of the author and the nature of intent in TV
The Emmys are on Monday. See how your picks align with our critics’.
Jaime Weinman examines the comedian and actor’s incredible career and personal history