June 17, 2017
Liz Shannon Miller
The cancelled drama, created by the Wachowskis and J. Michael Straczynski, deserves a chance to end properly.
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NBC News stumbled in rolling out its big investment in the former Fox News star.
The U.K.âs tastiest import returns to American telly with a double helping of baking battles on Friday.
Review: Ashton Kutcher and Sam Elliott step aside so Debra Winger can explain a man's role in the abortion debate â none.
With voting already underway, here are the shows that Academy members should prioritize on their catch-up lists.
The pop-up space, which features hundreds of tweets and interactive features, offers insights into the President's likes (himself) and obsessions (Kristen Stewart's love life).
Here's how editors dealt with history, mythology, and flashbacks in "The Crown," "American Gods," "This Is Us," Fargo," and "Five Came Back."
The comedian announced earlier this year that he would be leaving "Silicon Valley" after this season.
She and the film's producers say they've received legal threats over the film's release.
The Oscar winner joins the cast as a legendary media mogul when the show returns in August.
From Patty Jenkins to Jordan Vogt-Roberts, these directors made meaningful stops in the TV world before making movies that would conquer the 2017 box office.
Or, how not to kill a dog on TV:
The Emmy-winning host reveals what keeps him excited about his hit reality series, which shifted this year to airing on VH1.
The streaming service has joined others to protest the FCCâs plans to gut net neutrality.
Gould and Seehorn know that whatever happens to Kim, it's ultimately going to break viewers' hearts.
Steve Greene and Michael Schneider
From "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" to "House," these recent classics are the reasons to keep watching the credits.
Steve Greene, Liz Shannon Miller, Hanh Nguyen, Ben Travers and Michael Schneider
IndieWire's guide to Summer 2017 TV dramas includes two new projects inspired by Stephen King novels, plus the long awaited umbrella series "Marvel's The Defenders."
Steve Greene, Liz Shannon Miller, Ben Travers, Michael Schneider and Hanh Nguyen
IndieWire's guide to Summer 2017 TV comedies includes some long-awaited returns (like "Broad City" and "Insecure") and a few promising new entries.
Steve Greene, Hanh Nguyen, Michael Schneider and Liz Shannon Miller
IndieWire's guide to the rest of Summer TV includes the best from the unscripted, late-night, stand-up and documentary world. (Oh, and "The Great British Baking Show," of course.)
From the A+ returning dramas to the unfortunate network retreads, here's our helpful guide to an already-busy year in TV.
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