Virginia Heffernan

Virginia Heffernan is a television critic for The New York Times. Her book, The Underminer, which she wrote with Mike Albo, comes out in February.

Television
May 16 2003 3:08 PMVH1's I Love the 80s.
Television
May 9 2003 7:43 PMA Toothless White TeethThe Zadie Smith adaptation has no bite.
Television
May 1 2003 5:30 PMMore Talk From Tina BrownThe debut of CNBC's Topic A.
Television
April 22 2003 4:44 PMMonica the ChaperoneLewinsky turns motherly for Fox's Mr. Personality.
Television
April 15 2003 5:49 PMThe Ring CycleHeartbreak on Fox's Married by America.
Television
April 4 2003 12:09 AMFreaks and GreeksWhat are the girls on MTV's Sorority Life doing?
Television
March 26 2003 7:25 PMWayne Newton, Meet Celine DionFor a cool $100 million, the diva becomes a Vegas lounge singer.
Movies
March 21 2003 4:36 PMShock and Awe, Part 2
Television
March 20 2003 3:06 PMFox's take on the Saddam broadcast.
Television
March 17 2003 6:40 PMBeene of QueensCan Fox's new sitcomlive up to the comic legacy of its neighborhood?
Television
March 10 2003 2:29 PMTell That to Khalid Sheik Mohammed!Clinton and Dole mix it up on 60 Minutes.
Television
March 6 2003 12:34 PMDocumentary CircusThe purists of Bravo's Cirque du Soleil Fire Within.
Obit
Feb. 27 2003 6:59 PMGoodbye, NeighborA Farewell to Mister Rogers.
Television
Feb. 24 2003 1:12 PMCohen BrotherThe U.K.'s white rapper brings his head games to HBO.
Television
Feb. 20 2003 1:31 PMSeduction and Betrayal on ABCThe caddish editors of The Bachelorette.
Television
May 12 2003 5:11 PM"The Person I'm Sharing With You Now"Is Stephen Glass really sorry?
Television
May 7 2003 7:30 PMFast WomenThe speedy but gentle Gilmore Girls.
Television
April 24 2003 8:18 PMWeaver's Last StandThe Discovery Times Channel investigates Ruby Ridge.
Television
April 18 2003 5:02 PMThose Crazy CarniesThe Travel Channel books a freak show.
Television
April 8 2003 3:10 PMKicking CableWhat do you need from TV in wartime?
Television
March 31 2003 6:48 PMThe Rudy Giuliani biopic plays a cheap trick.
Movies
March 24 2003 5:38 PMAmnesia, Conspiracy, and Paper Moons
Movies
March 21 2003 12:37 PMSmear Campaigns, Roman Polanski, and "easy" Renée Zellweger
Television
March 19 2003 12:36 PMBaby TalkCan a 20-year-old host handle his own show?
Television
March 12 2003 12:35 PMHollywood's Raging RidersTrio recalls the glory days of American cinema.
Television
March 7 2003 7:00 PMGot a Case of the Mondays?The healing powers of BBC America's The Office.
Television
Feb. 28 2003 10:03 PMUnder and OutThe living end of Six Feet Under.
Television
Feb. 26 2003 11:13 AMIn BlackJohnny Cash's bleak new video.
Television
Feb. 24 2003 11:51 AMNorah's NightA quiet, repressed evening at the Grammys.
Television
Feb. 13 2003 12:46 PMSee Spot StrutThe grim spectacle of the Westminster dog show.

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