In the late 90s, Russell T. Davies changed everything with Queer as Folk. Next week, he's back with Cucumber, Banana, Tofu—a threesome of multi-platform gay programming with plenty of cock talk.
The corporate term "TV Everywhere" sums up what's happening in 2015. It's like the truck carrying all the TV got jackknifed on the highway and all the TV spilled out.
You know Alex Karpovsky as Ray Ploshansky, the sardonic coffee shop manager in Girls. For the past decade, however, he's also acted and directed numerous projects in America's independent film scene.
The millions of people who watch darts live or on TV aren't doing so because there's just something they inherently love about men throwing things. They're here for the drama, the stories, how ludicrous the whole thing is.
It's like a Samuel Beckett play for the Facebook generation, or a Radiohead song with better jokes.
Netflix's new show has all the makings of a great series. There's intrigue, politics, betrayals, and assassins in the night. Unfortunately, there's also a scrawny white guy named Marco Polo wandering through the scenes, often moping and confused.
At his lowest point, Bram watched up to eight hours of TV every day and lost track of his studies, friends, and bills.
The emergence of out and open LGBT characters in sci-fi TV series suggests that yes, it is.
In this episode of the classic public access cable show, we meet the TV Party Orchestra in living color.
The twee Twitter-fication of Britain is complete. Throw me in the sea and burn the land I come from.
Compelling as the show is, I'm not sure it's compelling in a way that will make people actually want to do crystal meth.
"There almost certainly is no purpose" to the universe. Thanks, professor! So what do we do with our lives?
Meet the New York ophthalmologist and historian who owns the world's largest collection of early medical and historical photography and was in charge of making sure The Knick was accurate.
In J.B. Ghuman Jr.'s new music video for Double Duchess's "Good Girl Freakout," Kelly Osbourne wears a huge purple wig and jumps rope with another girl's braid against a throbbing queer electro-hop beat.
John Swartzwelder's Pistol Pete holds up OK, both as an artifact and as a pilot that had potential—but we'll never know what the comedy world's most famous hermit would have done with the show.
Good news for anyone out there who hates local screen culture.
Imagine if your TV was a little, living being. It would fucking hate you.
The next time you see an ad for a movie that looks terrible, just know: your tax dollars paid for that.
Hot Tracks has been running strong on public access in Michigan for 12 seasons, and the duo are now the subject of a documentary about the show, their day-to-day lives, and their sense of humor. We spoke to one of the filmmakers to find out more.
Remember last month when VICE on HBO received three Emmy nominations, and we were like, "Is it too early for a lifetime achievement award?" Well, guess what? We did it! We won an Emmy for Outstanding Informational Series or Special.
First they surrounded me, and then they started booing. They said that I am an agitator, an instigator, and that I have been brainwashed. Then they pulled me by my bra and told me to "Get the fuck out of here, you sleazy cunt."
We made a pilgrimage to the set of Adult Swim's controversial new comedy series to bear witness to the gospel according to Aaron McGruder, creator of The Boondocks
I think we all want to know what the stars of The Golden Girls are up to in the afterlife, so I contacted a psychic medium to help me get some insight—and tell me that Rue McClanahan is wearing a sexy nurse's outfit in Heaven.
A group called American Atheists is bankrolling a fledgling streaming TV channel called Atheist TV, which intends to cater to what they refer to as the fastest-growing religious group in America. The only problem is, they don't even know what to broadcast…