The midseason premiere of the drama has a little bit of both sides: a fantastic opening scene followed by an episode of political bullshit.
As a whole, "Idiotsitter" works on its own as a refreshing take on the "odd couple" premise.
Some aspects of “Killing Fields” feel jarringly staged, even though it doesn’t exploit the victim’s story or her family’s pain.
In a time when police conduct is under intense scrutiny, the show draws attention to the morally gray area in which cops justify their questionable actions in the name of law and order.
Many of the jokes in the show’s pilot episode are very plain, dry and unfunny, except when they come out of Lynch’s mouth.
In its second season premiere, "Man Seeking Woman" repeats the winning formula that made its first season such an unexpected delight.
Let the flapper dresses and jazz music run wild — Downton is entering the new age.
Because “Bordertown” both embraces and satirizes PC culture, as well as other issues regarding modern America, it has trouble balancing between insensitive jokes and engaging social consciousness.
No other series on the major networks is tackling a storyline about the intersection of crime and athletics with this much intelligence and gravity.
Here’s who they found: good singers with gripping backstories.