A review of tonight's "Parks and Recreation" coming up just as soon as I play music from the end of a movie about a monk who killed himself...
On Valentine's Day, Leslie plays matchmaker, Ron solves a puzzle and Chris' funk deepens
Yvette Nicole Brown and Alison Brie had fun playing against type
Sunday night comedies all get to come back for more seasons
Yesterday, HBO continued its pattern of renewing new dramas after a single episode. Today was Showtime's turn on the renewal front, but HBO's pay cable rival actually waited four weeks into the current seasons of "Shameless," "House of Lies" and "Californication" before ordering more.
An eventful day for Cooper and Tang highlights an otherwise unmemorable episode
With all the players now on the board, the games can really begin
Lizzy Caplan continues her guest stint as Nick's uptight girlfriend
Milch/Mann horse racing drama continues pay cable's recent pattern of quick renewals
HBO has renewed "Luck" for a second season, only two days after the series premiere of the horse racing drama, created by David Milch, directed by Michael Mann and starring Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte, among others. The new season will be 10 episodes — up 1 from the 9-episode debut season — and will premiere in January 2013.
Sketch comedy duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele deal with biracial and non-racial humor
Dan's back from Sundance in time to say goodbye to a podcast favorite
I am back from California. Dan is back from Sundance. We are both back where we need to be, which is to record a new episode of the Firewall & Iceberg Podcast, in which we belatedly review HBO's "Luck," praise the debut of Comedy Central's "Key & Peele," then spend a whole lot of time saying goodbye to podcast favorite "Chuck" before doing a brief Super Bowl preview in which we failed to come up with a decent podcast bet.
Will and Alicia face the grand jury, while Eli tries to outmaneuver Stacie Hall