David Simon, Eric Overmyer, and Wendell Pierce talk to us about Treme.
WE MET A MAN WITH MANY WIVES
HBO's Mormons return this Sunday for their fifth and final season. Here's what you need to know before the premiere.
This is not your daddy’s L.A. police drama. Here's what you need to know before tonight's Season 3 premiere.
LEI'ING IT ALL OUT
Can a show with sometimes-clunky dialogue, passable acting, and mildly diverting storylines rise to the level of great television? No. But in the case of Hawaii Five-0, it can still be really good TV.
Weeds' sixth season was hardly perfect, but it proved to be one of this year's most unlikely television success stories, pulling the show out of its disastrous free fall of recent years.
Now that several of the season's new series face imminent death by lethal rejection, the networks are surely scrambling to get their replacement shows ready to air. We take a guess at what's ahead.
IT'S TIME TO LET GO
Or why the Lost Cause is a lost cause.
Monday's episode may have marked a shift away from the almost-breezy tone of the first half of the season, and we're not yet sure whether that's a good thing or a bad thing.
ANDY IS AWESOME
Monday’s episode could prove to be this season's pivotal point.
Now that the Botwins have become the Newmans, let’s hope that Weeds will enjoy a new beginning, too.
Lee returns to post-Katrina (and post-BP) New Orleans with If God is Willing and Da Creek Don't Rise, premiering tonight on HBO.
SOUTH OF THE BORDERLINE
As Nancy and crew head off into their do-it-yourself witness (and perpetrator) protection program, let’s hope they’re also going to return Weeds to its roots.
Nancy and her dealing family return tonight. Here's everything you need to know.
Debuting tonight, The Big C stars Laura Linney as a forty-something Minneapolis-area high school teacher named who is diagnosed with incurable melanoma. Fire up the laugh track, right?