by Alyssa Rosenberg Posted on September 29, 2013
What's great in 'Breaking Bad's finale isn't schemes, chemicals, and contraptions. It's the quiet moments, and the meditations on love and family.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Posted on September 24, 2013
What Donna Tartt's 1992 novel can teach us about 'Breaking Bad' and fans' relationships with television.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Posted on September 23, 2013
When we talk about the Golden Age of Television, we've tied it to anti-heroes in a way that's bad for TV, and for our thinking about it.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Posted on September 4, 2013
I used to love 'Luther,' the BBC's dark cop drama. But as it returns after a hiatus, I find I'm not just over it, I'm actively angry at a show that's using claims of social relevance to wallow in brutality.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Posted on September 3, 2013
A new genre of television show is luring viewers and networks in with familiar tropes, and taking them to unexpected--and important--places.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Posted on August 20, 2013
This week's 'Breaking Bad' reminds us that while Hank and Walt's standoff may be the flashier duel, the one who knocks may prove to be a surprise.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Posted on July 31, 2013
'Masters of Sex,' Showtime's new drama about sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson, is a warm, funny period piece, and a welcome break from anti-heroes. Oh, and it stars the utterly fantastic Lizzy Caplan and Michael Sheen.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Posted on July 29, 2013
Why has 'Sex and the City' been judged by its shallowest fans, rather than its actual legacy of sharp observation of class in New York?
by Alyssa Rosenberg Posted on July 18, 2013
by Alyssa Rosenberg Posted on July 16, 2013
AMC's released a new trailer for the final season of Breaking Bad, and while the tense clip is short and ambiguous.