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Review: 'Bojack Horseman' Season 4 Reminds Us Why Life Is Worth Living
'You're the Worst' Season 4 Solves The Problems of the Last Two Seasons
'Twin Peaks: The Return': If All Time is Eternally Present, All Time Is Unredeemable
It's Time To Stop Comparing 'Wynonna Earp' to 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'
25 Things More enjoyable Than Watching This Season of 'Big Brother'
A FAQ for the First Season of Netflix's 'The Defenders'
'Big Brother' Is Trump's America
Plot is Bullsh*t; Character is Everything
So, Here's the Thing ...
Five by Five: 5 Seriously Random Lists for a Seriously Random Week
HBO's 'Insecure' Is Unlike Almost Anything Else You'll See on TV in 2017
5 Reasons Why Weiss and Benioff's 'Game of Thrones' Follow-Up 'Confederate' Is Such a Terrible Idea
Review: HBO's 'The Defiant Ones' Is a Cautionary Tale Disguised as Hagiography
Five Thoughts on 'Big Brother 19' Ahead of the Live Eviction Episode
Spoilers: 'Wynonna Earp' And This Week's Game-Changing Twist
Five Thoughts on 'Big Brother 19,' So Far
IFC's 'Brockmire' Is the Live-Action 'BoJack Horseman' You Didn’t Know You Needed
Netflix's 'GLOW' Review: Smart Writing, Filthy Jokes, Big Heart
The Ways in Which Playing D&D Is Similar to Writing Television
Pajiba 10 For Your Consideration: Shirley Manson, the Grunge Gillian Anderson
'Twin Peaks' and the Art of the Episodic Review (Or Lack Thereof)
The 10 Best TV Shows of 2017, So Far
'The Leftovers' Series Finale: Where Do We Start?
It May Not Be 'Prestige' TV, But 'Wynonna Earp' Is 'Important' Television
Season Finale Recap: There Is Little Tidy About the World of 'The Americans'
'Jane the Virgin' Is Everything a TV Show Should Be About, Because It’s Everything Life Should Be About
Your Perfect TV Character Dinner Party
9 Things We Are Thinking About TV This Week
Review: 'Master of None' Season Is Wall-Punching Spectacular
No, The Backlog of TV Shows On Your DVR Is Not a Sign Of Failure
'The Handmaid's Tale' And the Number of Episodes a TV Series Should Run
Review: STARZ’s 'American Gods' Is Fascinating and Opaque, But Never Dull
Temperature Take: AMC's 'Into the Badlands' Sports the Best Action Sequences on TV
'The Handmaid's Tale': This Could Happen Because It's Already Happening
Temperature Take: Checking In on the 5th Season of FX's 'The Americans'
Review: 'Fargo' Season 3 Is Too Familiar for the Show's Own Good
Review: Season 3 of 'The Leftovers' Is the Best TV Show of 2017
Ten Things We Think About TV This Week
All the Reasons Why You Must Watch Netflix's '13 Reasons Why'
Television Isn't Film, Damnit
Why Television Shows Should Have Term Limits
Ten Surefire Reality Show Ideas Sure to Be Huge Hits
Do Not Read This Review of the Final Season of Comedy Central's 'Review'
A Phenomenal Gem Buried Beneath a Mountain of Choices on Netflix
'The DVR Test' and 9 Other Things We Are Thinking About TV This Week
In Its Fifth Season, 'The Americans' on FX Continues to Be the Peak of Peak TV
The 45+ Types Of People You Always See on HGTV's 'House Hunters'
Review: Ryan Murphy's 'Feud: Bette And Joan' on FX
10 Things We Are Thinking About TV This Week
Review: HBO's 'Big Little Lies' Starring Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, and Reese Witherspoon
How 'Jane the Virgin' Moves From Its Dark Twist and Embraces Its Inherent Optimism
Review: FX's Marvel Series, 'Legion' and Fox's '24' Reboot, '24: Legacy'
When the Apocalypse Arrives, These Are the TV Show You'll Want To Take to Your Hatch
What The Finale of 'The Good Place' Has in Common with 'Captain America: Civil War'
Greenlight These TV Remakes of Popular Movies Now
This Week in TV: The Virtues Of Multi-Cams, and the Evolution of FXX's 'Man Seeking Woman'
How to Approach Peak TV in a Post-Trump Era
The Most Hopeful, Emotionally Impactful Television Shows of 2016
Review: Scorsese's 'The Irishman' is a Blast from the Past and a Glimpse of the Future
Review: Greta Gerwig's 'Little Women' Is Smartly Re-Imagined And Absolutely Glorious
Showtime's 'Back to Life' Is 'Rectify' Peppered with Dark Humor of 'Fleabag'
Without Disturbing the Content, Damon Lindelof and Cord Jefferson Brilliantly Transform the Character Upon Which Alan Moore's 'Watchmen' Was Predicated
'21 Bridges' Review: What the Hell Happened to Taylor Kitsch?