No one understands the psychology of selfishness and insecurity better than Lena Dunham.
Four episodes into their show’s third season, Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer are still at the top of their game.
The long-running science fiction show returns from an extended hiatus with a miniseries sure to satisfy fans of the original.
This obnoxious reboot of the fetid ’80s sitcom represents the absolute worst of a nostalgia-obsessed culture.
The new show, from co-creators Steve and Nancy Carell, annoys more than amuses in its attempt to lampoon police procedurals.
Aziz Ansari’s excellent new Netflix series uses a familiar premise to inspire revolutionary ambition.
The new Marvel series on Netflix is a vital chronicle of survivorhood.
New episodes of the popular sketch comedy series will begin airing on IFC starting Jan. 21.
Karly Dunn explains how Amy Schumer is a positive role model for women, a contrast to celebrities such as the Kardashians who perpetuate an unrealistic body image.
Trevor Noah’s position on The Daily Show brings hope for U.S. immigrants and indicates a shift in the entertainment industry, says Noosha Uddin.
Despite a comparatively bland premiere episode, the latest season of the show seems promising.
A remarkable narrative and quality technical elements establish the show’s relevance in a strong first season.
The Emmy Awards begin at 8 p.m. on Fox, and are hosted by comedian Andy Samberg.
The film takes a heartfelt look at the truth behind great artistic success.
Selina Meyer, played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, is the first female president of the United States.
“Wayward Pines” blends mystery and tight personal conflict for an uneven but compelling success.
At midseason, everyone’s favorite former study group is hitting its stride.
Laurie Bream is no replacement for Peter Gregory in the second season of the HBO show.
John Oliver has surpassed all of his peers and ranks with his tutor, Jon Stewart, as the voice for sanity.