Like Trump voters, “Roseanne” fans are more rural and richer than you thought
The key to understanding the show, like the 2016 election, is the audience's perception of itself, not actual demographics.
TV keeps rebooting ‘90s shows because everything is bad
Why the networks are bingeing on reboots like "Roseanne," "The X-Files," "Murphy Brown," and even "Magnum P.I."
Why Hollywood is so obsessed with this 44-year-old kidnapping
How a forgotten script spawned two big-budget Getty kidnapping projects in film and TV
TV's obsession with suicide can do real harm
Simply prompting conversations about suicide is no longer enough to forgive problematic portrayals that can do real harm to those at risk.
5 ways to break up with cable forever and still watch TV
We talked to Neil Gaiman about “American Gods,” politics, porn, and Nazis
This astronaut found sunken treasure from space and kept it secret until his deathbed
"The Handmaid's Tale" TV series includes a scary new scene that's a little too real