It depends on who you ask.
It depends on who you ask.
The Dawson’s Creek and Fringe alum will get hearts racing with his racy new Showtime drama! A new Philip Seymour Hoffman comedy was also picked up by the network.
We loved it, we binge-watched it, but maybe it’s best if we just leave it where it is.
Yes, returning shows like Breaking Bad, Mad Men, The Good Wife, Borgen, Parenthood, and others were aces this year. But this is all about the newcomers.
From Breaking Bad’s stevia packet to Girls’ Q-tip, here are some of the pivotal objects that sum up scripted television in 2013. SPOILER ALERT for a ton of shows if you’re not caught up. You’ve been warned.
Because they’re heartbroken and/or furious. Also, SPOILER ALERT!
Showtime’s espionage thriller wrapped up its third season and much of its overall narrative. So where can the show possibly go in Season 4? WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD.
Say what you will about this season, it undoubtably elicited a wide range of emotions from viewers. Anger, frustration, confusion, sadness and sheer terror, to name a few. WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD.
The finale airs today at 9 p.m. ET, but leaked online illegally earlier this week.
It’s hard to be a woman on television without the internet saying horrible and disgusting things about you. From Skyler White to Dana Brody to Hannah Horvath, let’s look at how these female characters were disparaged this year.
While LGBT representation went down slightly in 2013, the bigger problem is how LGBT characters were portrayed. With displays of same-sex affection so invisible, gay characters just aren’t on the same footing as their heterosexual counterparts.
NSFW (unless your job is in the study of human sexuality too).
The Torre de David in Caracas, Venezuela actually exists. Spoilers for Sunday’s episode within.
Life may seem empty without Breaking Bad, but rest assured there are plenty of other TV series to dive into. Though nothing can ever replace the now-departed AMC drama, the dozen show below should help start the healing process.
Costume designer Ane Crabtree spends a lot of time thinking about sex, and specifically, about how people studying it in the 1950s would dress. It’s a fun job, needless to say.
What do you need to know about Carrie, Brody, Saul, and the rest of the CIA players on Showtime’s gonzo thriller before Season 3 premieres on Sunday, Sept. 29? Obviously, SPOILERS if you’re not caught up!
Lisa Kudrow’s Dr. Fiona Wallice is the clear standout of the web series turned Showtime comedy, but what about the patients she sees week to week? Here’s a ranking of the fantastic guest stars that make Web Therapy what it is.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet what network TV can learn from the success that cable and Netflix have had this year. Find out what Kevin Spacey, Taylor Schilling, and Jeff Daniels had to say about this teaching moment.
It is not a great fall for new television, friends! But here are the shows of distinction, both good and bad. In handy chronological order.
Dexter has been up and down for a while, but nothing could have prepared us for a finale that bad. MAJOR SPOILERS for “Remember the Monsters?”
As the Showtime series comes to what looks like a disastrous end, let’s take a look back at some of the show’s bigger missteps. Sure, Dexter had some bright spots in its eight seasons, but there have been many mistakes that got us to the very low point that is the show’s final season.
That’s right, Dexter himself spoke to me about the importance of “Scar Tissue.” Warning: Killer spoilers ahead!
Killer in the sense that they’re awesome, and bloody. Warning: spoilers ahead.
Feeling bloodthirsty?! Sara Colleton sat down to talk about the show’s final season as well as some of the behind-the-scenes drama.
No pun intended. Lizzy Caplan and Michael Sheen talking about sexy times? Yes, please!
There’s a lot on already — hello, crazy season of Real Housewives of New Jersey! But there is still plenty of great television to come. Here are 24 new and returning shows, arranged chronologically by premiere date.
Lisa Kudrow plays Fiona Wallice, who may be the worst therapist of all time. You can now catch up on all 100 webisodes on Hulu — so what are you waiting for?
Deb is spiraling as Dexter spars with a psychiatrist who specializes in understanding psychopaths. It looks like Dexter is reaching a brutal conclusion — but what else did you expect?
The dark passenger abides!