It appears to have finally arrived at the depressing and predictable low point toward which it’s been trending for the past two years.
Tension hums below the surface of each scene of season three of Homeland, the personal stakes for almost every character higher than ever.
With its quick-talking, neurotic characters and dull, digressive plotlines, The Mindy Project is both endearing and frustrating.
FOX’s Sleepy Hollow is 45 unapologetic, overexcited minutes of clichéd, hyperbolic, tackily frightening adventure.
Suits’s semi-smart, buoyant originality has been largely replaced with predictable dialogue and broadly painted personality types.
In Lisa Kudrow’s best roles, her face expresses with exquisite exactness the predicament of the high-functioning narcissist.
It’s a yuppie coming-of-age narrative superimposed on a story about the people who end up in prison and the tools they develop to survive there.