‘Saturday Night Live’ celebrates forty years of laughs and honors its producer, Lorne Michaels.
After 16 years at the Daily desk, Jon Stewart steps back from his half hour of political satire.
As its journey from a sitcom spin off to a own well-oiled comedy machine winds down, “Parks and Recreation” matters.
Aaron Sorkin’s ‘The Newsroom’ critiques the nature of victim-blaming and sexual assault.
Director Aaron Sorkin breathes new life into HBO’s latest season of ‘The Newsroom’ by relying less on fact than fiction.
This year’s television leads—including stars from ‘Orange Is The New Black’ and ‘The Mindy Project’—challenge stereotypes this TV season.
Chris Rock jokes about the Boston Marathon Bombing on SNL, which makes us wonder: will it always be “too soon”?
The Golden Age of television-viewing has passed—and now, we are tasked with watching as many shows as possible in a short amount of time.
Confusing journalists with comedians like Jon Stewart from ‘The Daily Show’ changes the way we understand ‘real news.’
If television can teach you anything, it’s that the good times always end, and that the end is rarely as good as its beginning.