Aug 4, 2015
Kelly Osbourne wants to ask Donald Trump "who is going to clean your toilets" after all the Latinos are deported.
Unbelievably, the show's painful, semi-boring exposition and contorted plot lines are finally starting to pay off.
Turns out a bunch of 40-something actors playing teenagers is even funnier than a bunch of 30-something actors playing teenagers.
Bojack Horseman is the unlikely vehicle for our generational ennui.
Autism in girls is not acknowledged enough, which is why this film is so important.
In the premiere of his new Comedy Central show Why?, America's most laid-back comedian dips into try-hard sketch comedy.
In their fifth season, the duo deploy their brand of incisive, racially deft comedy with anger translators, trigger-happy cops, and a magical land called "Negrotown" where "you can wear your hoodie and not get shot."
If you look at True Detective's second season as its own eccentric beast instead of a failed reprisal of its first season, it just might charm you.
Having lost my dad suddenly at the age of four, I developed a strong bond with the bizarre, anarchic character that bordered on a kind of remote surrogacy.
The Appropriate Behavior director thinks being bisexual is like having a superpower, and she's using hers to make astute comedy about the difference between the sexes.
With last night's eerie, mysterious opening and tense, creepy closing... Is True Detective finally taking us to the California Carcosa?
Piper has slowly become the most unlikable element of a generally charming, fun show. She's got to go.
True Detective's central plot and very hardboiled, very white characters feel lifted from a bygone era.
Days after thanking the broadcaster in Parliament, the Prime Minister has accused the ABC of betraying the nation.
We spoke to creators Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro about our favorite surrealist anarchic animated show starring a meatball, a milkshake, and a box of fries.
The whole thing looks like it was shot on a VHS tape and then left in the sun to melt.
A two-part television series that concluded on the ABC last night took some tentative steps towards lifting the lid of Australia's shameful past.
The hit show's second season fits right in with the brooding and macabre tonality of the prestige-TV zeitgeist. But does gritty equal good?
We spoke with Beatrice Codianni, a former inmate turned criminal justice advocate, about the realities of motherhood in prison, the show, and what Piper Kerman was like in jail.
The popular show embraces and subverts soap opera-style storytelling to create groundbreaking television.
Last night's finale was eventful, to say the least.
A medieval expert weighs in on what public shaming was like in the Middle Ages.
A recap of all the major plot lines and developments from this season, so you can watch Sunday's finale without missing a beat.
We spoke with Orange Is the New Black actress Selenis Leyva and former real-life inmate, Joanne Archibald, about the challenges and realities of rearing a child from behind bars.