Below are my picks for the Top 5 Funniest shows of the year. The show that stands out this year for being the most consistently original and intelligent is Dan Harmon's meta-sitcom about the gang from Greendale.
By early afternoon the house will be full. Full of people, full of noise, full of love. My stepsister is coming by just to say hi because they're going to her husband's sister's house for their meal.
I'm a religious person who sometimes needs to be reminded of the beauty of non-religious belief and of the need for sensitivity and open communication in my friendships with people who believe differently. I'm very glad that TV was there to remind me this week.
Last fall, I was excited for a line-up of new shows to add to my old favorites, and this season I only have one that made the cut. So what happened?
TV was back in a big way this week, and the stand-by comedies did not disappoint. It's hard to say the same for the new shows (did anyone like Outsourced?).
I have to say Modern Family wasn't at its best last night. It felt a little self aware in the new season, playing into its own jokes a little too much, and less subtly, but either way, there's no other family I would've rather spent thirty minutes with.
This week, CNN's basement baby Showbiz Tonight blew the lid off a "furious new debate." Is television gayness in shows like Glee bad for society? America's most trusted news source has your answer.
Have you ever watched an awards show and wondered about those lucky/fanatic people seen in the background during red carpet interviews? Well, at the 62nd Annual Emmys, I was one of them.
Bryan Cranston was "humbled" to win his third Emmy for Best Actor in a Drama Series. Winners, please stop using that cliche. The only thing less humbling than winning an award is winning the same award three times.
The Emmys aren't just about honoring the finest achievements in television. They are also about teaching valuable lessons to us, the home viewers. Lesson #1: Apparently, I love Kyra Sedgwick.
It's time for the increasingly hazardous annual ritual of predicting the shows and performers that will win, while also indulging in one last opportunity to state who or what should win.
I read Eat, Pray, Love after everyone else did, that summer when those three words were all you heard. By the time I was in Bali with Elizabeth Gilbert, I wanted to go back to New York.
And you thought voting members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences only had eyes for cable.
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