The writers of Modern Family are beginning to rely too heavily on stunt episodes and celebrity cameos.
Each season of Dexter has started slow before building momentum, and this season is no exception.
The new Upstairs Downstairs (no comma this time around) is less a sequel than a reboot.
The best thing about the show’s third season is the addition of Eddie Izzard as psychology professor Dr. Hattaras.
The first six episodes of the third season display some of the sharpest writing currently on the air.
NBC’s The Cape feels like a bad adaptation of a comic book.
The bonus features are lacking, but The Pacific looks and sounds as impressive as any Blu-ray you’re likely to see.
It’s impressive that Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss have chosen such a gimmick-free approach to their series.
Even under blue skies, the windswept fields and beaches of southern Sweden appear bleak and hopeless in the second season of Wallander.
Like the original series on which it’s based, Hawaii 5-0 knows exactly what it is: a testosterone-heavy mix of bromance and gunplay.
Ultimately, at least in the first few episodes, cancer serves as a handy device to transform an uptight suburban woman into a free spirit.
The problem with NBC’s Persons Unknown is not with the “extraordinary” part of the equation.
The film attempts to explore the way in which the fragile personal moments of politicians’ lives ripple out and affect larger global issues.