For anyone who became a fan on the strength of his stand-up, acting, or first musical breakthrough, 2011’s compelling (if uneven) Camp, Glover’s shifts in attitude and ambition were seeming a thorny road to follow him down. Yet any concern trolling anyone might have engaged in following Glover’s marked shift towards the weird is obliterated by the triumphant debut of that show he left Community to make: Atlanta.
By: Scott Speers Goodbye sexy, glamorous and enchanting vampires, everyone say hello to their replacement: the revolting strigoi of The Strain. The new TV series premieres this Sunday as part […]
By: Kaitlin Traynor “This is a true story.” So begins the movie Fargo, and so too begins every episode of the miniseries that recently aired on FX. It’s an interesting […]
By: Kathleen Gallagher When The Americans debuted on FX Network last year, it made a splash for two reasons: 1) Its endearingly goofy high-concept premise (“Felicity is a Soviet sleeper […]
By: Jordan Ferguson The last thing the Internet needs is another piece on the “Golden Age of Television,” waxing rhapsodic about True Detective, eulogizing Breaking Bad or speculating on Game […]