The creators of ‘American Crime Story’ no longer shun filmmaking with social values and a message—in this age, they can’t afford to
There’s a reason Full House, a show no one admitted watching, is everywhere.
But is the Amazon series any good for classical music?
4K is being hailed as the common revolution in TV. Will it turn out to be the new HD—that ubiquitous must-have—or the new 3D?
January 19th, 2016 1 comment
Sheridan College’s incubator for homegrown musicals has built something ‘rare and wonderful’
TV’s ratings system is under siege and no one knows what’s popular. That may be bad news for viewers and writers alike.
In a binge-watching world, the season is all that matters—and that’s too bad
From the best catchphrase to the worst use of a controversial real-life figure (come on, SNL), Jaime Weinman reviews the year in TV
Whether it’s 1977 or 2015, Star Wars earns its popularity by understanding that audiences love heroes and happy endings
December 16th, 2015 3 comments
Colbert and Oliver may get the reviews, but what the public wants is cuddly, unthreatening Jimmy Fallon