POSTED // May 23,2013 - Return/Season Premiere: TV critics are whining that Netflix wouldn’t make the revival of Arrested Development available for advance review—like you’re not going to watch it because Frank J. Farley of the Wichita Bugle
POSTED // May 16,2013 - Series Finale: Hang in there—the longest goodbye on television is almost over. Like most of you, The Only TV Column That Matters™ has stuck with The Office because, even though it’s never recovered from the loss of Michael Scott
POSTED // May 9,2013 - Season Premiere: When it premiered in 2012, Small Town Security (a reality-show tag-along to Breaking Bad) looked like just more quirky redneck filler taking up space on an otherwise respectable cable network.
POSTED // May 2,2013 - Season Finale: Yes, already—NBC has to get Parks & Recreation out of the way so the network can waste the rest of this month’s Thursdays saying goodbye to and eulogizing The Office,
POSTED // Apr 25,2013 - New Series: Says Netflix, original series House of Cards was a hit; says logic, the May 26 premiere of the new Arrested Development season will break the Interwebs. Between the two, there’s Hemlock Grove
POSTED // Apr 11,2013 - Stand-up Special: Sorry, you can’t download this one—not yet, anyway. Oh My God, Louis C.K.’s fifth stand-up special (recorded in February in Phoenix, one of the most humorless cities in ’Merica,
POSTED // Apr 4,2013 - Season Premiere: This year’s Off Limits list from Mad Men showrunner Matthew Weiner: Don’t tell “the year the season begins,” “the status of Don and Megan’s relationship,” “whether the agency has expanded to an additional floor,”
POSTED // Mar 21,2013 - Spring Premiere: This was a hit four months ago—anybody remember Revolution? That post-apocalyptic drama set in a future with no electricity, with a wannabe Katniss (Tracy Spiridakos) and a good-lookin’ rogue (Billy Burke)