Andrew Wallenstein Andrew Wallenstein is the television critic for NPRs Day to Day. He is also the senior TV reporter at The Hollywood Reporter, where he covers broadcast and cable television out of Los Angeles.
April 27, 2009
TV Shows 'On The Bubble' Face An Uncertain Future
March 18, 2009
A Critic's Favorite Final Episodes
March 13, 2009
'Kings' Mines The Bible For TV Drama
February 26, 2009
Lonely Island: Making Satire Sing On 'Incredibad'
February 12, 2009
'Dollhouse' Offers Joss Whedon Another Chance
February 2, 2009
The Best And Worst Super Bowl Ads
January 26, 2009
Why We Love Ad Agency Shows So Much
January 23, 2009
Bad Economy Infiltrates Prime Time
January 16, 2009
Diablo Cody And Spielberg Can't Save 'Tara'
January 6, 2009
Why Is 'Scrubs' Switching Channels?
December 31, 2008
Facebook Status Updates Feed Connection Addiction
December 26, 2008
NAACP 'Minority Report' On TV Misses Key Point
December 12, 2008
It's Time To Shake Up Late Night Talk Shows
November 25, 2008
Suicide May Require A Gentler 'American Idol'
November 18, 2008
Why Did 'Grey's Anatomy' Cut Lesbian Dr. Hahn?
November 11, 2008
Is It The Beginning Of A New Era For Oprah?
November 4, 2008
In Search Of A Better Obama Impersonator
October 15, 2008
Could 'Chocolate News' Be Better Than Colbert?
October 8, 2008
Webisodes Turn Product Placement On Its Face
September 19, 2008
Nominees Who Don't Deserve An Emmy
September 2, 2008
What 'The Shield' Taught Basic Cable
August 7, 2008
Why Can't Facebook 'Friends' Accept Rejection?
July 23, 2008
Dear Oscars, Popular Movies Are Good Too
June 25, 2008
'Baby Borrowers' Need a Reality Check