Inside Television with Alan Sepinwall
An old picture causes major complications at Jenna and Ryan's wedding
Elijah Wood in "Wilfred."
A review of the "Wilfred" season finale coming up just as soon as I hear you with a French accent...
A trip to our nation's capital proves unexpectedly disappointing for Leslie, but fun for us
John McCain and Amy Poehler goofing around between takes on the "Parks and Recreation" season premiere.
"Parks and Recreation" is back for a new season, and I have a review of the premiere coming up just as soon as I'm mistaken for Beverly D'Angelo by a Japanese tourist...
Dunder Mifflin says some hellos and goodbyes as the final season begins
Rainn Wilson and Clark Duke in "The Office" season premiere.
"The Office" has begun its final season, and I have a review of the premiere coming up just as soon as I take a course at the Weintraub Memory Academy...
Will Jim Parsons and Bryan Cranston maintain their winning streaks?
Jim Parsons in "The Big Bang Theory."
Dan and I are continuing our Emmy picks for who should and will win each major category on Sunday night, this time looking at the nominees for lead actor in comedy and drama.
Is this finally Amy Poehler's year? And is Claire Danes the biggest lock?
Claire Danes in "Homeland."
Dan Fienberg and I are continuing our look at the major Emmy categories, picking who should win and who will at the ceremony on Sunday night. Next up: lead actress in both comedy and drama.
New Orleans drama continues to do what it wants, and very well
Wendell Pierce in "Tremé."
In an early episode of the new season of "Tremé" (it returns Sunday at 10 p.m. on HBO), chef Janette Desautel is wined and dined by Tim, a businessman who wants her to come work for him. Tim points to the restaurant where they're eating as a model for what he'd like Janette to do, and says the place is "Much loved by critics, by customers, and you know why? Because from day one, these guys did whatever the fuck they wanted. They didn't give a shit what the market told them to cook. They figured out who they were, what they were good at, what they wanted to do, and they did that."
A stacked drama field finds two past winners, while 'Modern Family' dominates on comedy side
Can Giancarlo Esposito win an Emmy for playing Gus Fring?
Dan and I are continuing our picks for who should and will win Emmys on Sunday night with the comedy and drama supporting actor categories.
Max wants a dog, Jasmine wants a calendar, and Drew gets advice from Hank
Lauren Graham, Ray Romano and Miles Heizer on "Parenthood."
A quick review of tonight's "Parenthood" coming up just as soon as the doggie Gestapo starts asking me questions...
Dan and Alan also predict which show will be canceled first
Time for a Firewall & Iceberg Podcast Emmy preview so long, it nearly swallowed up the other segments on "Treme," "Partners," and listener mail. Things are getting busy busy busy around here, so look for two podcasts next week.
"Treme" (00:01:10 - 00:19:15)
"Partners" (00:20:00 - 00:29:45)
Emmy Predictions (00:29:50 - 01:23:45)
Listener Mail - First Show Cancelled (01:23:50 - 01:32:30)
Can 'Mad Men' finally get an acting trophy? And will the late Kathryn Joosten win once more?
Can Christina Hendricks break the "Mad Men" acting oh-fer?
Dan and I are continuing our Emmy picks for who should and will win in the major categories with a look at the fields for supporting actress in a comedy and a drama.