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From "The Big Sick" to "Master of None" to "The Bachelorette" — Hollywood’s depiction of interracial relationships is changing.
Megyn Kelly’s interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, and what deserves the national television spotlight.
All of a sudden, writes Jack Cheng, instead of parent culture and tween culture, we had a family cultural moment.
Just in time for the fall TV rollout, two critics rank the 100 greatest American television shows of all time -- and check out the new season.
From "Scandal" to "Veep" to "House of Cards," we’re asking what makes television’s political dramas and comedies so popular.
The living is not always easy for the fictional artists of television. Taking a look at "Flesh and Bone" and "Mozart in the Jungle" -- and remembering the great "Slings...
With Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terrence Winter at the helm, the series captures the texture and visceral rawness of the 1970s music scene in New York City.
From the powerful photo of a drowned Syrian toddler, to Trump-mania. The best and worst of journalism in 2015.
The good, the bad and the surging trend of television revivals. We’ll talk Star Trek, Gilmore Girls, Twin Peaks and more.
The new Series Seven of "Doc Martin" is streaming on Acorn TV, before its DVD release in December.
Stephen Colbert's first night at "The Late Show" didn't quite impress, but we'll give him another shot, writes pop culture critic Renee Graham.
Matthew Weiner ends the great series with a stroke of genius, says Ed Siegel.
I was genuinely changed (for the better I’d argue) when I was young and had the privilege of watching Gilligan’s Island while enjoying Oreos and milk. For other kids, however,...
Showtime's "Nurse Jackie" comes to a conclusion in its seventh season, but the end might not be so tidy.
After six seasons, the FX phenomenon "Justified" comes to an end, while the "Breaking Bad" prequel, "Better Call Saul" ends its first season, having already establishing its own energy.
ARTery critic at large Ed Siegel is in awe of Mark Rylance's performance as Thomas Cromwell in "Wolf Hall," beginning Sunday night on Channel 2.
TV and screen time for babies. Toddlers. It's so tempting. So available. But is it a good idea?
"Saturday Night Live" celebrates its 40th anniversary on-air and we take a look back at some of the hilarious, shocking, and most unforgettable moments that happened in its skits and...
Jon Stewart is leaving "The Daily Show" with his trust intact; not so Brian Williams as NBC suspends him for six months.
ARTery editor Ed Siegel salutes "Justified," "Foyle's War," "Saint Joan" and the late Peggy Charren.