30 Second Bunnies
Overwhelmed by Peak TV? Aaron Barnhart is your guide to the good, the great, and the skippable.
to get all his Primetimer reviews.
POSTED September 25, 2020
The Comey Rule
Fails to Keep Up With Our Peak Reality
Jeff Daniels plays the FBI director in a flawed adaptation of James Comey's tell-all book.
POSTED September 23, 2020
Agents of Chaos
Skillfully Recounts How Russia Disrupted the 2016 Election
But is the past really prologue?
POSTED September 22, 2020
Separating Fact From Fiction in
Was there actually a Black Mafia in 1950s Kansas City, and other burning questions answered.
POSTED September 17, 2020
Who's Who in Netflix's
Sarah Paulson leads an impressive cast in this
prequel from the Ryan Murphy weirdness factory.
POSTED September 17, 2020
Watch Out, Ellen — Drew Barrymore Is Irresistible
And her new daytime talk show may be unstoppable.
POSTED September 16, 2020
Challenger: The Final Flight
Tells an Unforgettable Story That America Somehow Forgot
This top-notch docuseries captures the day the space program lost its innocence.
POSTED September 11, 2020
Delivers Sanctimony in Monologue Form
Paul Rudnick's uneven play features four Trump haters and Kaitlyn Dever as a nurse working the pandemic.
POSTED September 10, 2020
Looks Back at a Remarkable Week in Late-Night
Harry Belafonte guest-hosted the
for a power-packed week in 1968, just before all hell broke loose in America.
POSTED September 8, 2020
How MTV Branded the ’80s and a Generation (It Wasn’t the Music)
Biography: I Want My MTV
looks back on the iconic cable channel that changed the culture.
POSTED September 4, 2020
Netflix's Space Drama
Is a Million Miles from Reality (That's a Good Thing)
Hilary Swank and Josh Charles star in this new series about a family separated by a mission to Mars.
POSTED September 3, 2020
and TV's Ever-Evolving Un-Cancel Culture
In the old days, a beloved low-rated show might be pushing daisies. Today it hops to streaming.
POSTED August 27, 2020
Ravi Patel Is Googling the World To Solve His Life Problems
The appealing host of HBO Max's
Pursuit of Happiness
brings humor and insight to the big questions millennials are asking.
POSTED August 25, 2020
How Comedy Central's
Forever Changed TV (and Politics)
Every late-night host owes a debt to Al Franken and his trailblazing "coverage" of the 1992 election cycle.
POSTED August 17, 2020
Now More Than Ever, We Need Televised Political Conventions
Sure, they’re basically infomercials, but TV plays a crucial role in keeping our party conventions honest.
POSTED August 14, 2020
Is the Sports Comedy America Didn't Know It Needed
Jason Sudeikis is winning as a Kansas football coach thrown into the shark tank of English soccer.
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