It’s as if the show has gone from the page to the stage… and back again to the page.
Ambiguity surrounds Louis CK’s self-produced Horace and Pete — what is it exactly?
Ray Didinger’s play, a natural fit for Philly sports fans, is always enjoyable, but not often more than that.
In what might be a cautionary tale, two promisingly edgy shows slide to big three network pablum levels.
Sometimes, a moment can bring into focus something I’ve idly pondered for months. In this case, that thing is Showtime’s hit serial, […]
A week ago, I wrote that I’d review some of the TV series I’ve been watching this summer. I’ll start with two good, and […]
In the coming weeks, I plan to do a few short reviews of TV shows I’ve been catching up on this summer. Some […]
I didn’t plan to write about How to Get Away with Murder. For a while, I doubted I’d even finish the series, […]
This is by no means a comprehensive review of the Tonys, but rather some impressions about specific bits that stuck with me. […]
Has anything been more over-analyzed than Mad Men? Really, I should be embarrassed to join the fray… but I can’t help myself. […]