television

The problem with the Manic Pixie Dream Girl trope

PERSPECTIVE | And how Zooey Deschanel’s ‘New Girl’ character avoided it

An ode to the friendship, misadventures and women of ‘Broad City’

PERSPECTIVE | The show will end after its fifth and final season

What’s trending in America? Katie Couric might be able to tell you.

From a white supremacist rally to a sex doll factory in six episodes

John Oliver takes crisis pregnancy centers to task for ‘actively’ misleading women

ANALYSIS | The TV show host even starts his own mobile CPC, dubbed Vanned Parenthood

‘Roseanne’ is a smash. Its star is also highly controversial. Does it matter?

‘Viewers look to TV not for its politics but for its entertainment’

‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ is back and (allegedly) scarier than before

It’s now the ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’

Men are shedding tears on TV like never before. It’s refreshing.

PERSPECTIVE | It’s a new age of televised vulnerability

‘Wild, Wild Country’ shows us something we’re not used to: A dangerous female cult leader

ANALYSIS | Ma Anand Sheela and other women who have used their influence to harm others

‘Roseanne’ is back as a proud ‘deplorable’ and storylines that mirror life in 2018. Does it go far enough?

TV REVIEW | Jackie, played by Laurie Metcalf, opposes her politics

Stephen Colbert attempts to work out with Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Hilarity ensues.

She was not pleased with his choice of music