The Dynamic DuoSherlock, TV’s best bromance, returns.
Looking GoodLooking great!
The Spoils of BabylonLike The Thorn Birds, but funny on purpose.
What Kind of Princess Do I Want My Daughter to Be?Disney’s Sofia the First, George Orwell, and the fallacy of aristocracy.
The World Is ChangingBut Downton Abbey stays the same.
A Tearful FarewellI cried at the finale of Homeland, but that doesn't mean I'm gonna watch this show again.
The Top 10 TV Shows of 2013The shows I went wild for.
Noir! What Is It Good For?Well, it makes TNT’s Mob City pretty watchable, for starters.
Rick Grimes in Whispered IntensityThe lonely, raspy struggles of The Walking Dead’s long-suffering hero.
Homeland’s Middle East Peace PlanWhen did you start laughing at this episode?
Getting OnI’ve never laughed so hard about the frail and failing elderly.
Homeland’s Smashmortion ProblemWould Carrie Mathison really have a baby?
Saul Wins This RoundBut is it his last?
Career Counseling With Saul BerensonIs he really cut out to be CIA director if he doesn’t even know that some other guy is gonna be made CIA director?
Every Rose Has Its ThornFlowers in the Attic is back, and ickier than ever.
Unlikable CharactersThe girls of Girls are worse than ever, and the show is funnier than ever.
True GreatMatthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson star in HBO’s remarkable new True Detective.
Raylan It InJustified is still better than almost anything else—but it’s not the show it once was.
Dan Harmon Is Still Pretty Torn Up About EverythingThe return of Community.
The Creepy Incompetence of the CIAApparently there are only four agents in all of America, but still, why send Carrie to Tehran?
Please Don’t Bring Back This Bonnie to MeA&E makes a misogynistic ratings grab with its Bonnie & Clyde remake.
Homeland Should Just Embrace the Fantasy'Cause it sure isn't working as an incisive political drama.
Awwwwwwwwwwwwww!Animal Planet gets into the adorable-video business.
The Triumphant Return of Ja’mieThe most amazing, awful character in Chris Lilley’s Summer Heights High stars in a new HBO series.
Almost Human and Sleepy HollowTwo new Fox dramas are silly enough to be serious about race.
Primed for ComedyAmazon launches into the original-series world with its D.C. comedy Alpha House.
The Guilt-Free AntiheroJames Spader in The Blacklist, the hit series that lets you have your darkness and enjoy it too.
The Walking Dead, With BrainsThe amazing new French TV series The Returned.
Nothing Lives ForeverNBC tries to keep the vampire trend going a little bit longer with Dracula.