Well, this is it. One season left, then it’s off to whatever comes next…

  Chris Behmke

What stories we tell and who we tell them about greatly influences how we see the world around us. This is particularly in the worlds of cinema and television. Recognition of that power has given rise over the last several years to the responsibility that film and television have in prioritizing diversity and inclusiveness. There […]

  Kelly Bedard

It’s Comic-Con Time Again! Managing Editor Kelly Bedard is on the scene to bring you tons of coverage from the con floor, the panels, the press rooms, the screenings and more. Check back here for all our articles and videos throughout the con. And make sure to follow our Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for up-to-the-minute updates. Exclusive Interview: Eric Bauza […]

Phil Rosenthal is a happy-go-lucky ball of quirky energy. The Emmy-winning creator of Everybody Loves Raymond was at the ATX Television Festival to talk about his new Netflix show Somebody Feed Phil, an earnest travel & food reality show where self-professed “schmuck” Rosenthal goes places, talks to people, and eats stuff. Tragically, the day I […]

Press Rooms aren’t as big a part of the ATX Television Festival as they are, say, San Diego Comic-Con. I did a fair number of 1:1 interviews with people who make TV, attended screenings of new shows and reunions of old casts and panels discussing everything from the impact of TGIF shows making their Hulu […]

AMC’s new show Lodge 49 is odd and enigmatic and kind of entrancing. It’s hard to explain (it’s about a guy who joins a lodge, but it’s not really just about a guy who joins a lodge) and tough to pitch (I’m really feeling “because I said so” as my answer to your “why should […]

  Kelly Bedard

Press Rooms aren’t as big a part of the ATX Television Festival as they are, say, San Diego Comic-Con. I did a fair number of 1:1 interviews with people who make TV, attended screenings of new shows and reunions of old casts and panels discussing everything from the impact of TGIF shows making their Hulu […]

In Everyone is Doing Great, the original pilot created by and starring James Lafferty…

  Vyasar Ganesan

Last week, my hometown was proud to host a four-day festival for all things television, and yours truly got an up-close look at how the sausage, or rather, the shows, get made. Directors, talent, industry pros and press- so much press, with laptops, zoom recorders, flashbulbs and paraphernalia- I haven’t been to a comic-con or […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con One of the most fun interviews I did at San Diego Comic-Con was my one-on-one (well, one-on-two, I guess) sit down with twin cartoonists Daniel & Jeremy Lehrer who were in town to promote their upcoming animated series Highly Gifted that will feature the voice […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con We caught up with two of the giants of voice-over acting  John DiMaggio (Futurama‘s Bender) and Frederick Tatasciore (Avengers Assemble‘s Hulk) who were on hand at San Diego Comic-Con to promote I Know That Voice, their documentary about the industry that is now being adapted into […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con AT&T makes TV shows now. That may be a sign of the corporate apocalypse but, to hell with it, Mr. Mercedes (a new serial killer drama adapted from a Stephen King trilogy) is fantastic and I’m choosing not to worry too much […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con There has been a lot of cause for concern surrounding Star Trek: Discovery, the new CBS Trek show that will be airing on their streaming service in September: first and foremost, Bryan Fuller, the visionary mind behind Hannibal, American Gods, and my […]

  Kelly Bedard

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con The cast of USA Network’s beloved procedural comedy Psych is reuniting after three years apart for a movie follow-up to the long-running series. They stopped by the press room at San Diego Comic-Con to give reporters a taste of what to expect when […]

  Kelly Bedard

It’s Comic-Con Time Again! Managing Editor Kelly Bedard and Staff Writer Tom McGee are on the scene to bring you tons of coverage from the con floor, the panels, the press rooms, the screenings, the parties and more. Check back here for all our articles, videos and podcasts throughout the con. And make sure to […]

The five major broadcast television networks arranged in a list in order of how appealing the previews for their new fall shows are, overall… LEAST: NBC NBC has historically been my favorite of the broadcast networks. Not only were they the home of The West Wing, E.R., Cheers, Friends, Frasier, 30 Rock, Parks and Rec, […]

  Kelly Bedard

Helmed by Justin Roiland (who also voices both main characters) and Community messiah Dan Harmon, Rick & Morty’s zero-fucks-given absurd humour…

  Rachael Nisenkier

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2016. Team Arrow has grown over the years, and the expanded cast (not to mention showrunner Wendy Mericle) have a lot of thoughts on the many twists and turns their characters have gone through. We caught up with the cast and showrunners at the […]

  Kelly Bedard

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2016. USA Network’s sci-fi drama Colony is one season into its run and already stands out as one of the most grounded and thoughtful genre pieces on the air. Set in the near future when earth has been colonized by mysterious invaders from another […]

  Kelly Bedard

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2016. Mr. Robot is the biggest thing to happen to basic cable since Mad Men. It’s a massive critical hit, racking up six Emmy nominations including USA Network’s first-ever Drama Series nod and breakout star Rami Malek who is the odds-on favourite to win […]

  Kelly Bedard

We’re thrilled to be back at San Diego Comic-Con for the second year in a row! From Thursday, July 21 to Sunday, July 24th, editors Kelly Bedard and Rachael Nisenkier will be hobnobbing with the stars and getting the scoop on all the best TV (and more) the con has on display. Check back here […]

  Kelly Bedard

It’s time, once again, for the On DVD series. TV Seasons I Love Lucy: Ultimate Season Two The coolest thing about this set is that there are two ways to watch all 31 episodes (31 episodes in one season!), one of which includes the original commercials which sounds boring but is incredibly fascinating. The Affair: […]

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2015. Jon Hotchkiss is a veteran of the TV industry. He has been nominated for 14 Emmy Awards and written for shows including Penn & Teller. He worked with several major studios before founding his own company, Hotchkiss Industries, where he has been the […]

  Saiya Floyd

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2015. Sara Rue has appeared in many TV shows over the years from Popular to Less than Perfect. Now, she stars in TV Land’s new original series, Impastor, which tells the story of “Buddy Dobbs (Michael Rosenbaum), a slacker on the run from a […]

  Kevin Dillon

The Emmy Award nominations are hours away. *There are some rule changes, for the nomination process, please refer to my last piece.  One of the bigger changes was defining a comedy as 30 minutes; there was a clause which allowed a series to petition this rule. Shameless, Glee, and Jane the Virgin won their petition, […]

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2015. The cast and creative team of Fox’s upcoming Minority Report stopped by Ballroom 20 on Friday. Minority Report is a sequel to the 2002 Steven Spielberg film. Executive producers Kevin Falls, Max Borenstein, and Darryl Frank as well as cast members Stark Sands, […]