"Congratulations, you are now ⅓ of a music booker on a cable TV show! Do not pass go, do not quit your day job."
Jim Hemphill, a man who watches too much (but still nowhere near enough to keep up!), picks a few favorites from the past 12 months.
Shamir dives deep into the psychology of Netflix's Maniac.
The writer-director-star of Mr. Roosevelt on the current state of comedy, and the redemptive awesomeness of Netflix's true-crime mockumentary.
Mark Pellington, whose new movie Nostalgia opens today, on the driving force behind his work in film, TV, music videos and beyond.
At the Kickstarter Lodge at Sundance, friends and fellow writer-directors Choe and Ahn have an unfiltered chat about film, family, festivals and more.
Producer Schoenbrun shares his take on the untapped potential of TV as a medium – and also shares the season finale of his show The Eyeslicer.
Maggie Greenwald on how moving from the big screen to the small has allowed her to experience directing in an exciting new way.
Jim Hemphill sings the praises of Callie Khouri's country-music themed drama, which has thrived since its move from ABC to CMT.
The Hold Steady frontman, whose new solo album drops in March, visits 30 Rock for a chat with the late night host about comedy, music and politics.