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Possible Mad Men Spinoffs, and How They’d Work

As Mad Men’s final season (well, half-season) draws nearer, the idea that the show will be over-over — totally over, done forever — is becoming more distressing. AMC spun off Breaking Bad into the upcoming Better Call Saul, and The Walking Dead has a spinoff in the works, too. Could … More »

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FX Cancels The Bridge

The Bridge will not be back for a third season, FX announced today. After a good but not-quite-great first season, the show’s second installment really took off creatively. But we live in an unjust universe, and thu,s the ratings petered out, and FX decided to pull the plug. Of course … More »

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Aziz Ansari and Grover Get Very, Very Silly in This Sesame Street Clip

Aziz Ansari visited Sesame Street to explain the word ridiculous, which involved silly hats and standing on your head. Next up? Feminism. Good luck, Aziz! … More »

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Winnie and Kevin Probably Slept Together and 11 Other Things We Learned at Last Night’s Wonder Years Reunion

Last night at 92Y, our favorite Robert F. Kennedy Junior-High-Schoolers — Kevin Arnold, Winnie Cooper, and Paul Pfeiffer — waxed nostalgic before 200 fans during their “first public appearance together in front of a live audience,” promoting season one of The Wonder Years on DVD. Only hours had passed since … More »

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How Much Do You Know About American Horror Story? Take Our SAT Exam

Can you cast with the witches on Coven? Can you hang with the residents of Briarcliff? How about the ghosts of Murder House? As Freak Show, the anthology series’ fourth incarnation, takes off, take our AHS SAT and prove you know Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s messed-up worlds inside and … More »

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The Big Bang Theory Recap: Financial Aid

It’s at this point that I feel the need to say that I genuinely like The Big Bang Theory. There have been many episodes, many moments, certainly, that I’ve loved. For all the haters who dismiss it, sometimes quite angrily, as an overrated, under-funny broad comedy, I could provide a … More »

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Matthew Weiner and Kiernan Shipka on Mad Men’s Final Season

Mad Men was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame last night, adding yet another accolade to the show’s long list of awards. Creator Matthew Weiner and actress Kiernan Shipka (who grew up before our very eyes as Sally Draper) were on hand at the Waldorf-Astoria. Vulture caught … More »

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Matthew McConaughey Understood Every Word Rust Cohle Was Saying

Were you confused by True Detective’s rambling monologues about death, God, and the M-brain theory? Matthew McConaughey wasn’t. As the actor told GQ, “I spent many, many, many, many, many, many hours, if not days, writing to Nic Pizzolatto and asking, ‘What are you saying here? What does this mean? … More »

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Sleepy Hollow Recap: The Ladies’ Man

After last night’s Sleepy Hollow episode, Ichabod Crane needs to go see a stand-up show to get a dose of “Women be shoppin’.” Even though Ichie’s spent more than a year in the present day, apparently, there was one sort of modern-day monster he’d managed to avoid until now: the … More »

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Gotham Recap: What’s Altruism?

If nothing else, “Viper” confirms what even the most hopeful viewer has to begrudgingly admit about Gotham: It’s only really good at treading water. Both last week’s episode and this week’s are thematically cogent but dramatically inert. Which, again, is at least preferable to the shapeless collection of tangents that … More »

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Alan Cumming on Shia LaBeouf’s Cabaret Meltdown

Tonight on Conan, Alan Cumming gave his account of the now famous incident wherein Shia LaBeouf was arrested for being disruptive during a performance of Cumming’s Cabaret. LaBeouf gave his own account of the whiskey-fueled debaucle on Kimmel earlier this month, and Cumming adds, “I think he was really messed up, obviously… he was just … More »

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Shonda Rhimes Responds to Twitter Criticism of Gay Sex Scenes on Her Shows

Shonda Rhimes had some choice words for one of her Twitter followers on Sunday night, in response to the tweeter’s complaint that “The gay scenes in scandal and how to get away with murder are too much. There is no point and they add nothing to the plot.” In response, Shonda unleashed … More »

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HBO’s Documentary About Domestic Violence Is Difficult to Experience, Essential to Watch

It took longer for me to get through Private Violence, a feature-length profile of an advocate for battered women that airs on HBO tonight at 9 p.m., than any TV documentary I’ve seen. The filmmakers should consider this a compliment. I kept starting the damned thing and then stopping it … More »

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Bethenny Frankel Returning to The Real Housewives of New York

Bethenny Frankel will return to The Real Housewives of New York City when the show comes back for its seventh season, Bravo announced today. (No word on when, exactly, the season will start, but probably around February or March, if history is any indicator.) Frankel was an original cast member … More »

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The Game of Thrones Costume Department Is Trolling George R.R. Martin

There’s an apocryphal story in Game of Thrones fandom that goes like this: Around 1997, author George R.R. Martin saw Joel Schumacher’s Batman & Robin, and, like many other people, hated it. Martin’s ire was particularly drawn to George Clooney’s infamous bat-nipples, and he began looking for a way to … More »

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You’ll Be Able to Stream Every Simpsons Episode Ever Starting Tomorrow

Commence cow-having: Simpsons World, the app/website/legal drug offering access to every episode of The Simpsons, will finally launch Tuesday. It’ll be available via website (SimpsonsWorld.com), the FXNow iOS and Android apps, Xbox, Apple TV and Samsung Smart TVs. (If you need a guide as to which episodes to watch, we’ve … More »

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American Horror Story Creators to Do 2015 Horror-Comedy Anthology Titled Scream Queens

Glee will soon be gone, but Fox won’t be without a Ryan Murphy show next season: The network has green-lit production on Scream Queens, an American Horror Story–like anthology series that will mash up comedy and horror into 15 hour-long episodes. Each season will feature different settings and story lines, … More »

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The Simpsons’ Stanley Kubrick Tribute Was the Best ‘Treehouse of Horror’ Parody in Years

Twenty years ago (wow!), The Simpsons aired what is arguably the best Treehouse of Horror episode ever, “Treehouse of Horror V,” which featured the show’s parody of The Shining. Last night, on this year’s installment, the show went back to the Stanley Kubrick well hard. It centered on a Clockwork … More »

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Homeland Recap: The Spy Who Loved Me

We probably should’ve seen that coming, right? Homeland wouldn’t just introduce an attractive teenage boy and not have him be seduced by Carrie Mathison. The moment Carrie first spotted Aayan on that satellite camera surveying the corpses of his murdered family more or less started a countdown clock to when … More »

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Recap: Ms. Pac-Man’s Nipple

I’ve already come out strongly in favor of Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s all-cast-antics episodes, particularly when it comes to reprising one of my favorites, last year’s Halloween team-up to steal Holt’s Medal of Valor. This year, the quarry was his watch, a gift from Kevin Cozner’s dying father (but please don’t call … More »

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