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The Alienist sheds some light on mental illness

The curtain closes on season one of “The Alienist” as storylines crash together.

Type trouble for Trump’s team

Late night host Stephen Colbert made typography a punchline last night when more news broke out the Russia probe.

Candlelight makes reality a ‘Requiem’

Specters turn dreams into nightmares.

The investigation takes the road less traveled

Sarah, Laszlo, John, and the Issacsons split up to follow leads out of the city and across the country by boat, horse, and rail.

‘The Alienist’ investigates saints and sinners

The sleuths explore how privilege provides alibis.

‘The Alienist’ ascent includes one final descent

The curtain closes on one case.

‘The Soup’ survives transition

If ain’t broken don’t fix it applies to the new ‘Soup’ on the shelf.

Happy Galentine’s Day

Grab all your BFFs and let loose because it’s Galentine’s Day! The Amy Poeler led NBC sitcom “Parks and Recreation” may have gone off the air but life in Pawnee lives on especially February 13. Watch the history of Galentine’s Day here.

Joel McHale jumps to Netflix

Former “The Soup” comedy show host Joel McHale stopped by “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” to talk about his return to the small screen albeit this time on a streaming service. “The Joel McHale Show” is set to debut later this year. McHale talks international reality television, his time with Chevy Chase on “Community,” and … Continue reading

Something ‘Silver,’ Something Slimy, something wicked this way comes

The man with a silver smile appears.

‘The Partnership’ is indeed fruitful

The spiderweb expands, but who is at the dark center?

‘The Alienist’ arrives on TNT

New TNT period drama stokes suspense.

It’s December 10th

It just can’t be Christmas without “Community” in my household. The quirky NBC sitcom debuted in 2009 and immediately stole my heart. Every December 10th since I hear Yvette Nicole Brown’s voice as she hulks out with a giant candy cane. If the video strikes your fancy click here for more about the show.

Upfronts may be upstaged by new media

Millenials aren’t using media the same way their Gen X older siblings and baby boomer parents did before them—and its showing in the ratings, particularly for primetime television.  Variety takes a look at the facts as they reveal the fall premiere shows aka The Upfronts. Upfront 2015: Time May Be Running Out for Primetime TV | … Continue reading