In his new Viceland show, Tom Arnold is the latest media star to tease the existence of One Tape To Rule Them All.
Author Archives: JAMES PONIEWOZIK
The president experiments with a new subgenre, in which his hands must do the work of the Caps Lock key.
Jim Carrey is ideally cast as a children’s show host working through grief. But the series feels afraid to commit to its own premise.
What’s the difference between a reboot and a revival — and can either ever be as good as the original?
Kurt Sutter’s new drama is a kind of “Son of Sons of Anarchy,” with heavy bloodletting, a border twist and more plot than character.
Amid the hallucinatory landscapes and polymorphous candy people is an emotionally real story about growing up and changing.
The senator’s memorials laid out his vision of civic life, and said a lot, indirectly, about someone who was conspicuous by his absence.
A complex, empathetic docu-series from the maker of “Hoop Dreams” shows how racial imbalances persist, even in an integrated, progressive school.
AMC’s oddball comic drama is blissfully low-stakes but high on character chemistry. (Or is it alchemy?)