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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 14, 2021
Trevor Noah Needs His Audience Back
Without a crowd that its host can play to, late night's least entertaining home show is now the least entertaining one taped at a TV studio.
POSTED September 9, 2021
Examines a Multi-Level-Marketing Meltdown
The most compelling parts of this docuseries are the stories of the women left broke and unhappy by LuLaRoe.
POSTED September 1, 2021
Is a Sobering Journey From 9/11 to the Kabul Airport
With the perspective of 20 years, this searing docuseries relives the Sept. 11 attacks and retraces their tragic aftermath.
POSTED August 31, 2021
Only Murders in the Building
Is a Throwback Mystery for the Hulu Age
Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez star in the
Murder, She Wrote
reboot we didn’t know we needed.
POSTED August 10, 2021
Is Back, and It's in Good Hands
The 1970s hit, which brought magical realism to the masses, gets a welcome refresh that’s aimed at the ladies.
POSTED August 2, 2021
The 25 Most Impactful People in Late-Night TV History
All the hosts, execs and funny lady writers who helped shape the late-night landscape.
POSTED July 27, 2021
Late Late Show
Is Living on Borrowed Time
Neither he nor CBS needs the 12:35 a.m. time slot anymore.
POSTED July 20, 2021
Is The Right's Inevitable Answer to Stephen Colbert
Partisanship has poisoned the one hour when it used to be OK to be politically incorrect.
POSTED July 16, 2021
Amber Ruffin’s Special Blend of Silly And Serious Is What Late Night Needs
Her critically acclaimed late-night show is the spoonful of sugar that makes the anti-racist medicine go down.
POSTED July 6, 2021
America Has Changed Since 2014.
The Tonight Show
Why Jimmy Fallon is no longer No. 1, or even No. 2, in late night.
POSTED June 29, 2021
How Stephen Colbert Became the New Jay Leno
His turnaround from near-extinction to No. 1 in late night followed a trail blazed by NBC’s former star.
POSTED June 23, 2021
Conan O’Brien Was a Late-Night Survivor Who Helped Quirkiness Go Mainstream
He's signing off after 28 years of the nightly grind — but he’s not going anywhere.
POSTED June 17, 2021
Think You Don't ‘Get’
Desus And Mero
? Watch It Anyway.
Showtime’s TV-MA talker, featuring the comic chemistry of two longtime friends, is the hottest thing in late night.
POSTED June 9, 2021
How Jimmy Kimmel Became the Grand Old Man of Late Night
ABC’s late-night Everyman didn’t just survive — he’s evolved.
POSTED June 3, 2021
: After 33 Years, NBC’s 1:30 A.M. Talk Show Franchise Is History
Why make viewers stay up late when you can just send them to Peacock?
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