Blindspot is a pleasant surprise for TV writer Sarah Hope
Too many shows begin with a woman's body in a bag. The pretty girl; the good girl; whom everyone loves; raped, murdered and chopped to bits; shoved in a bag.
Sunday’s Primetime Emmy Awards further broke down the color barrier in television
History was made Sunday night at the Primetime Emmy Awards, when Viola Davis became the first black woman to win an Emmy for a lead role in a television drama. "It's 2015!" you say. "How could it have taken this long?" you ask. Your guess is as good as mine.
What Stephen Colbert has done right so far, and what he could’ve done without
Nation, it's official. Stephen Colbert has transitioned from his narcissistic conservative pundit character to classy late night host. The transition has by no means been smooth and is not yet complete, but he's well on his way.
Check out what’s available to watch away from the cable box this fall season
As we enter the most jam-packed TV premiere month of the year, there are decisions to be made.
Netflix’s newest series, ‘Narcos,’ looks to bank off the success of other recent drug-related TV series
Modern TV audiences are addicted to drugs. We love to see how they screw everything up, drive people to desperation and death, and — perhaps most of all — how they bring nobodies to the seat of power.
CBS’s new comedy “Life In Pieces” looks to run off the success of family comedies before it
I must admit, I haven't watched much new TV this summer. I've been catching up. I'm up-to-date on The Good Wife and The Americans, and I finished Parks & Recreation. I'm slowly working my way through The Sopranos. I tested the waters of Comedy Central's Another Period and Netflix's Sense8 (both awful). I said goodbye to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and replaced it (for now) with Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. I boycotted CBS's abhorable "reality experiment" The Briefcase. I'll be queueing up the critically-acclaimed UnReal (Lifetime) before its second season.
Modern Family’s unique approach keeps viewers coming back
Fall is the most highly anticipated season for television series, and this year’s Emmy Awards ceremony holds the promise of living up to the anticipation.
Sarah Hope previews Netflix’s mini-series follow up to 2001′s “Wet Hot American Summer”
The summer is about to get wetter, hotter and American-er. Cult comedy fans are already mixing up the bug juice and practicing their arts and crafts while posted up in front of their TVs, waiting impatiently for the big day. This Friday on Netflix, the full cast of Wet Hot American Summer will return for an eight-episode prequel titled Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.
Amy Schumer has taken the world by storm with her unique and, at times, controversial brand of comedy
It would be silly of me to ask, "Hey, have you heard of Amy Schumer?" Of course you have. She's the 34-year-old comedian who sprang onto the scene in 2013 amid a spray of daisies and vagina jokes with her original Comedy Central series, Inside Amy Schumer. She's irreverent, controversial and convicted. Her first movie, Trainwreck, opened this weekend to nearly universal critical acclaim.
Sarah Hope gives an overview of the new trailers and teasers debuted at last weekends Comic-Con in San Diego
Last weekend at the San Diego Convention Center, the geeks of the world came together for the annual swarm that unites pop culture, sci-fi, video games, TV, film and nerd culture under one giant roof for four exciting days. Comic-Con International 2015 was full of cosplay (dressing up as your favorite characters) and celebrity. As usual, a number of new trailers and teasers were released for upcoming films and TV. Here are some of the most exciting.