Each fall, networks introduce a host of new TV series. This week, the author of Fanning Out shares which new shows she is looking forward to.
Some perceived failings of the Star Wars prequels threaten to force overcorrection in Episode VII. The franchise should continue to revolutionize visual effects.
It’s time to enjoy that autumn rite of passage — and I’m not talking about a pumpkin spice latte. Let’s take a look at some returning favorites as the fall TV season kicks off.
Trailers often set expectations for a film unattainably high. The Winter Soldier proved that Marvel can make good on the biggest of promises.
Adults often get criticized for reading young adult fiction, but some YA novels are written better than those for adults. We shouldn’t judge people for what they read.
Our culture is full of stories about heroes with daddy issues. Maus, a Holocaust allegory, also addresses the often tenuous relationship between father and son.
We’ve gotten our first taste of Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor. A darker tone seems to be in the cards for Doctor Who — forcing an adjustment for both Clara and the fans.
Outlander gets back on track in its third episode on Starz. Claire attracts attention, both good and ill, for her healing prowess.
Legend of Korra’s third season has ended, again proving that it is among the best shows airing today. The reason? Strong, diverse characters.
Every fan of Doctor Who knows she must say goodbye to characters she has grown to love. Just because one character leaves doesn’t mean the story is over.
The cross-century contrasts in behavior and dress are adapted well in Starz’s Outlander, but one big change to draw in viewers misses the mark.
Legend of Korra’s social commentary made season one remarkable, and season two steps it up by exploring the reasons we fight wars.
Beer is divided into two camps based on how it is fermented: ale and lager. Most bar patrons don’t know the difference. But you’re not “most bar patrons,” are you?