Bill Hader plays a hired gun with PTSD in ‘Barry,’ whose heart, sly style and precise timing make it fun to watch
What we really mean when we call shows like 'UnREAL' and 'Scandal' guilty pleasures
'Six Feet Under' Creator Alan Ball hasn’t lost his touch for distilling beautiful moments out of general misery - but his characters are unbearable liberal clichés
Barr's show 'Roseanne' is returning to TV after 20 years. Guess who the title character voted for
Why more people need to be watching 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'
Prince Harry's engagement to American actress Meghan Markle is a good reason to binge-watch 'Suits,' where Markle exercised influence by empowering the feminine voice
For one, the 'Will & Grace' reboot needs LGBT characters that go beyond circa-2006 stereotypes
'Girls' creator and star says she has 'fallen in love with the poetry of Yehuda Amichai' after the death of her grandmother
Cazzie David, 23, shows hints of her father’s brand of misanthropy with ‘Eighty-Sixed,’ but for now Instagram is the best showcase for her talents
Despite its refreshing take on motherhood, the last episode settled for clichés. Lena Dunham should have ended with the previous episode, which helped shatter the fantasy of female friendship
The real test for the comedian, who got $60 million for three Netflix specials, will be the new material he comes up with.
The U.S. comedian tackles subjects such as sex and gun control (but mainly sex) in her latest Netflix show, 'The Leather Special.' Her fearlessness is causing conservatives to be afraid. Very afraid.
The women who break through in the industry breathe life into conflicted heroines, revolutionizing approaches to femininity, sexuality and motherhood.
The new CBS series is a near-clone of the one that first gave viewers Christine Baransky’s Diane Lockhart, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
The sixth season of U.S. version of Israel's 'Prisoners of War' promises to be thrilling, timely and relevant – although it features a new woman president.
And screenwriter Sharon Horgan doesn’t match the magic of her British sitcom ‘Catastrophe.’ There’s clearly emotional baggage more complex than hatred.
The jokes in ‘Crisis in Six Scenes’ keep repeating, the dialogue collapses under the weight of so much cliché and the artistic choices are hard to fathom. Allen spectacularly fails to deliver with his first-ever television series.
The comic series 'Crisis in Six Scenes' debuts on Amazon on September 30. It centers on an American family whose life is turned upside down by a surprise visitor
Director and producer Gideon Raff to put bestselling story by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen about an Israeli who hits an Eritrean refugee with his car and flees.
The animated series foretold in 2000 of a Trump presidency that would bankrupt America. This time around he is obsessed with Twitter, and himself.