Jaime Weinman and Adrian Lee look at what shows worked and didn’t work in 2014, and the series to keep your eye on in 2015
From Hong Kong vs. China to Irving vs. Irving, a round-up of the year’s biggest feuds
GamerGate is already having a chilling effect on people who might be thinking of playing or designing games
Modern comedy was shaped by Jews. That’s ancient history now.
November 23rd, 2014 1 comment
Two shows have already been cancelled. Can diversity fix the network sitcom? Jaime J. Weinman and Adrian Lee discuss.
November 4th, 2014 1 comment
The world’s leading superhero film producer announces four years’ worth of obscure characters who will soon be popular.
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