Charlie Lyne tries to put into the words the brilliance of Matt Johnson and Jay McCarrol's highly underrated creative non-fiction series.
Jim Hemphill sings the praises of Callie Khouri's country-music themed drama, which has thrived since its move from ABC to CMT.
Writer-director Andrew Matthews on Netflix's smash hit series and a worrisome trait of that and a number of other binge-worthy shows.
In his regular TV column, Jim Hemphill gets caught up in the ABC crime series, which channels Soderbergh and Hitchcock at their entertaining best.
The acclaimed writer-director on his favorite thing of 2016, the highly unconventional meta web series by fellow Talkhouse contributor Caveh Zahedi.
If you've ever kind of wished the whole political establishment would be wiped out in one fell swoop, then this is the TV show for you.
Musa Syeed on the cable giant's new show now shooting in Cedar-Riverside, and his own film, A Stray, which he made about the same community.
Daniel Schechter on the late Garry Shandling's innovative, iconoclastic sitcom and its special place in television history.
Stephen Winter waxes lyrical about the brilliant young comedic voice and her new HBO show, the first ever to be fronted by an African-American woman.
The new TNT show not only does justice to the great crime movie it's taken from, but also deepens its complex and compelling narrative.