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Interview: ‘Hannibal’ Showrunners Bryan Fuller and Martha DeLaurentis at Comic-Con

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Exclusive interview with Hannibal Executive Producers Bryan Fuller and Martha DeLaurentis at Comic-Con 2015. Read More »

Comic-Con 2015: Wesley Snipes and Philip Winchester Talk About NBC’s ‘The Player’

Wesley Snipes and Philip Winchester in NBC's "The Player"

Wesley Snipes and Philip Winchester, stars of NBC's fall series "The Player," chat about their new series at Comic-Con. Read More »

Brian Williams – Only Guilty of Telling Us What We Wanted to Hear?


It’s normal behavior for most people to exaggerate but, when millions of people are watching, the stakes are exceedingly higher. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Parenthood’ Series Finale – “May God Bless and Keep You Always”


Beautiful is the word the best describers 'Parenthood's' series finale. Read More »

The Emmy Awards: Has Cable Raised the Bar?

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Has the barrage of quality programming in both basic and premium cable begun to raise the bar for broadcast television? Read More »

Emmy Predictions: The Dramas

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Will newbies "Fargo" and "True Detective" Sweep? Tune in to the Emmy Awards tonight on NBC. Read More »

San Diego Comic-Con 2014: Anticipation


San Diego awaits as 150,000 fans descend on this year's Comic-Con. Catch the latest from Blogcritics' team of writers on the scene. Read More »

TV Review: John Malkovich Stars in ‘Crossbones’

John Malkovich as Blackbeard

The first three episodes of "Crossbones" are promising, and I am hooked. Read More »

Official Trailer for NBC’s ‘Crossbones’

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May 30, NBC premiere's the latest high-seas adventure series, Crossbones, starring John Malkovich as the legendary pirate Blackbeard. Read More »

The New Golden Age of Television: Way Beyond the Big Three

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We are, dear readers, in the midst of a television renaissance, the likes of which we've never seen. Read More »