A distasteful new show forces employees to turn on each other in a phony display of power.
Television is with us at home and on the move. From the highest drama to the silliest spectacle, we talk about it all.
Brands that found their original audiences in traditional, old-media platforms are finding ways to keep going in the world of new media.
J.J. Abrams isn't the first guy to bait Star Trek fans by messing with the brand.
On Sundays, it can seem like we're a nation of critics. But we're not.
Research shows that prime-time television isn't a bad place to find portrayals of working women. Working moms and working women over 40 are another story.
Viewers of Scandal know that Fitz is the worst. But do they know why? We do.
This may have been a lousy year for ratings on our most-watched talent show, but not for talent.
As The Office reaches its end, we look at 10 favorite episodes.
This fall, Michael J. Fox returns to network comedy and Joss Whedon brings the Avengers universe to television.
ABC has released the trailer for its fall series picking up the Avengers saga.
Christopher Guest talks to Scott Simon about improvisation, style, and finding a ventriloquist in the family.
PBS introduced a nifty new channel this week serving streaming content to users with Roku boxes attached to their TVs. Is the shift to streaming inevitable?
Our imagination takes us to President Jeff Probst's State Of The Union address.
Last night's Mad Men brought talk of cars, fathers, and old resentments.
Marc Maron has found success in podcasting, and Friday night, he moves on to a new show on IFC.