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TV's New Year's Resolutions

Lelia Nebeker | Posted 02.21.2012 | TV
Lelia Nebeker

2011 gave us the best season of Parks & Recreation to date, a somewhat miraculous 4th season of Fringe, and Eric and Sookie finally hooked up on True Blood, so all in all, not too shabby. But I think we can all agree, there's certainly room for improvement.

TV Says See Ya, Men!

Chris Harnick | Posted 02.19.2012 | TV
Chris Harnick

Looking at HBO's recent move -- the canceling of male-driven shows "Hung," "How to Make it in America," and "Bored to Death" and the renewal of the Laura Dern-fronted "Enlightened" -- it's become even more apparent: TV is now the land of women. And that's not a bad thing.

The Most Underrated TV Stars of 2011

Zap2It.com | Posted 12.19.2011 | TV

We cover TV stars all year at Zap2it, but as 2011 winds down, we want once again to recognize the work of some of the people whose names aren't above ...

Maureen Ryan

Fall's New Shows: Which Got Better And Which Got Worse?

HuffingtonPost.com | Maureen Ryan | Posted 12.14.2011 | TV

Reviewing television isn't like reviewing any other form of entertainment: Every show on the air is a work in progress and can go from good to bad (an...

The End Of Comedy: New Sitcoms Are Reruns

The New York Times | NEIL GENZLINGER | Posted 11.27.2011 | Fifty

The other night while I was watching television, Zooey Deschanel said "penis," and I didn't laugh. I didn't even chuckle. "Doesn't this guy read th...

Crude (and Lazy) Humor on the Rise in Broadcast Sitcoms

Ed Martin | Posted 01.08.2012 | Entertainment
Ed Martin

Naughtiness is everywhere, especially in the form of talk about naughty bits. It's particularly potent in some of the season's best new sitcoms.

The Successes and Failures of TV (If You Don't Fail, You May Not Succeed)

Jane Root | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Jane Root

If you don't really f... up now and again, you're not trying hard enough.

The End Is Near But The Times Is Jolly

Michael Wolff | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Michael Wolff

Here's one for you: If a newspaper writes about its own bleak financial predicament in an aggressively rosy light, is that securities fraud?