A revamped Jon Snow commands attention in Season 5.
A solid cast can’t save this tiresome superhero show.
The “Breaking Bad” spin-off lives up to its predecessor, elevated by Bob Odenkirk.
A brilliant, tense episode welcomed back fan-favorite Morgan Jones.
‘True Detective’ enjoys a solid legacy a year after its freshman run and stares down an exciting second year
Nic Pizzolattos’ anthology created an impressive mythos and broad fan base last year.
The show includes the best ensemble cast on TV.
The dark, twisty special on Robert Durst proves that, yet again, humanity’s biggest “Jinx” is hubris
Billionaire left a trail of blood through three decades before incriminating himself on HBO documentary.
This show should alternatively be titled “The Creepiest Man on Earth.”
Alex Frail and Jack Nichols recap two episodes of The Walking Dead in in the Daily Collegian Arts weekly podcast.
Death of Harris Wittels has proven to be a loss to the comedy and podcast community.
“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” delivers a charming, endearing glimpse at life in New York, thanks to brilliant performance by Ellie Kemper
The new Netflix comedy from Tina Fey evokes her classic, “30 Rock.”
On “House of Cards,” the path to power is undermined by the inability to use that power.
“Parks and Recreation” will go down in history as one of the all-time great American sitcoms. Never quite a hit with ratings, “Parks and Rec” was a critical darling that managed to retain its quality comedic voice far longer than some of the greatest long-running shows in history. Its spiritual predecessor, “The Office,” provided seven incredible years of powerful comedic storytelling, but declined in quality to such an extent that the show’s legacy is forever tarnished. “Parks and Recreation,” on the other hand, lasted for only seven seasons, and it managed to keep its characters and situations feeling alive all…
Alex Frail and Jack Nichols recap two episodes of The Walking Dead in in the Daily Collegian Arts weekly podcast. Alex Frail is a Collegian Arts staff member and can be reached at email@example.com. Jack Nichols is a Collegian Arts contributor and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘The Walking Dead’ ups its artistry game and waxes poetic in a beautiful, heartbreaking midseason premiere
A trippy, time-hopping hour welcomes back AMC’s gritty drama.
The endgame of ‘Thrones’ finally declares a winner in the footrace between novels and television program
Why the HBO juggernaut should end before the book series.
The rapid-fire comedy quickly latches onto its voice in its second season.
Classic sci-fi revivals and cable networks made the biggest splash at this year’s TCA’s.
“Togetherness” is the HBO show equivalent of an indie film
Season five so far has exemplified great acting, strong dialogue and a powerful storyline.