"Give us five minutes and we'll change the world."
“I’ll be there for you ... and others in our census bracket”
Arrested Development has returned. There will be some 5 hours of new time you can spend with the Bluths in less than an hour. There have been lots and lots of previews, of anticipations, available in the run-up here. Many of them are good. All I'm saying is that I don't really care about maps of ... More >>
Jessica Simpson's TV show--that is, her new TV show, a sitcom set to air on NBC--is going to be about her life as a celebrity. You should immediately be able to spot the problem, here: Her life as a celebrity is already about her life as a celebrity. The first 22 episodes are going to be board-room ... More >>
With big-studio millions behind him, Genndy Tartakovsky still goes it alone.
Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet will be at the Winspear in Aprilâ€‹Mixmaster Merritt has posted the lineup for next season's TITAS performances, which will be spread across the Winspear and Wyly beginning September 1. Here, we bring you the roster for next season's Brinker Inte ... More >>
The cover of Miller's upcoming solo disc. (Post updated at 4:34 p.m...see after jump)There's a lot of interesting things you can learn while following Rhett Miller on his Twitter account. For instance, a few weeks back, Miller said it was likely that the summer's upcoming Old 97's tour is goin ... More >>
Boys will be girls in The Facts of Life: The Lost Episode, a ribald triumph of low comedy and high production values
See Dahl's classic in Fort Worth
Make an appointment with The Barber of Seville
Failure is McConaughey's perfect movie and a pretty good one for us
Bridget Jones is betrayed by a dumb, dull sequel
John Leguizamo is the man, even when he's in disguise
Uptown Players shoot low with Down South, a wicked rewind to sexual mores of the 1960s
Oliver Beene goes against fake millionaires and phony idols
NBC hopes Coupling is its next hitcom, which bugs the show's biggest fans
But just think, no one hates TV more than Trent Lott
Sports Night was great, so it's just playing on your DVD
Rebound and Gagged chokes on its own familiar, formulaic cuteness
At least there's less junk this year
Ohmigod! Five seasons in, South Park's the funniest show on TV.
Denis Leary is on The Job, but can ABC find him an audience?
Grounded for Life
I'm The One That I Want may work for Margaret Cho fans, but it won't win her converts
Ron Howard fiddles with the question
In The Truman Show, a hypernormal Jim Carrey dives into the world of TV--and brings us a "message film" that almost works
Time and the big screen have been hard on the Beaver