Here's the skinny on every series in the Law & Order franchise.
A worthy successor to The Daily Show, The Nightly Show suffers from some growing pains but has the potential to become a successful series.
Backstrom is a new detective drama long on potential, but also full of cliches and a blatant swagger that reminds viewers it is episodic TV.
"Every Simpsons Ever" was great, so when are we going to see more TV mega-marathons?
Geniuses with few social graces who nevertheless manage to save the day are all the rage on television - here's our ten favorites.
Movies aren't the only thing to get excited for in 2015. Here's the TV shows we're looking forward to this year.
Looking back on 2014 in TV, as told by High Definition.
Looking back on some of the holiday's more bizarre Christmas specials.
The Colbert Report may be coming to a close this week, but its influence on pop culture isn't going anywhere.
TV's affection for restaurant shows is nothing new, but the subgenre of restaurant fixing shows is an odd (and addictive) addition to the cable television rotation.
Separating the television personality from the real life figure is a challenge with a scandal like this one.
State of Affairs plays like NBC wanted to remake 24 as a Shonda Rhimes show... and without Shonda Rhimes, it just doesn't work.
Though pop culture is packed with terrible video game stereotypes, there are good portrayals of gaming and gamers, too.
Television has long pushed the worst kind of gamer stereotypes into the pop culture limelight.
Bob looks at ABC's hit series and explores how it channels geek culture. NOTE: Features spoilers for the pilot episode of How To Get Away With Murder.