It’s hard to pinpoint the exact moment where True Blood went off the rails.
You know you’re in trouble when you start to root for the stake.
Some shows currently airing need a bit of a gentle kick in the rump to remind them that it’s time to exit stage right.
True Blood’s a big enough hit to merit tie-in covers in the mass paperback racks, but does it have staying power?
In Dead Reckoning, the mix of housework and horror comes into its own.
The future direction of good television in the United States increasingly seems to lie with cable, where the seasons are shorter, tighter, and richer.
“Why would you blame television, Mary-Beth?” I hear you asking. That’s an excellent question, anonymous internet reader.
Dorian Gray is alive in each human being. The dark trick comes at a cost, though.