By Alyssa Rosenberg on March 6, 2014
No woman or person of color has created a drama for HBO since the end of 'The Sopranos.' Until that changes, our conversations can't move forward.
Aaron Guzikowski and Bridget Carpenter explain how they put together a significantly Native American, and their real-life inspirations for 'The Red Road.'
As Elizabeth and Phillip Jennings try to learn more about what their friends died for, we see what makes them such good spies, in very different ways.
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By Alyssa Rosenberg on March 4, 2014
'Mixology' raises the question of how what impact 'How I Met Your Mother' will have on the sitcoms that fight to succeed it.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on February 27, 2014
Michelle Obama is going to guest star on 'Parks and Recreation.' These are the best things we could possibly imagine happening during her visit.
In the second season of 'The Americans,' the wigs are off, and the characters' illusions are in danger.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on February 26, 2014
FX's Cold War drama 'The Americans' returns for a second season tonight, and it's better than ever.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on February 24, 2014
Ignoring ideology means that Frank Underwood is inherently empty, and that 'House Of Cards' can never give him a really credible opponent.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on February 21, 2014
Don't get mad at 'House of Cards' for playing by the rules of Hollywood economics. Instead, think about what it means that no Washington show shoots in DC.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on February 16, 2014
The HBO show may just be the latest entry in an ongoing literary mystery that's more than 120 years old.