The first season finale of NBC’s Superstore left the employees of Cloud 9 in a bit of a lurch—particularly Glenn, the store manager played by Mark McKinney. After granting unauthorized pregnancy leave to new mother Cheyenne (Nichole Bloom), Glenn was relieved of his position, prompting many of the store’s employees to…
The best stories about artists (A Chorus Line, Slings & Arrows, Sunday In The Park With George) argue there is no distinction between the personal and the professional in art. People who dedicate their emotions to performance have no way of neatly separating that from the emotions they feel in their personal lives.…
Susan Coyne, Bob Martin, and Mark McKinney recently talked with The A.V. Club about all three seasons of their terrific series, Slings & Arrows. Part one, about the show’s genesis and their views on the series’ major characters, can be found here. In this second part, they discuss their writing process, the show’s…
Few would have expected one of the best TV dramas of last decade—a really good decade for TV dramas—to be about the happenings at a Canadian theater festival, yet Slings & Arrows, which aired on the Sundance Channel in the United States, turned into a cult hit, a critical success, and something of an awards magnet in…
“The Promised End” (season 3, episode 6; originally aired 8/28/2006)
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, May 22. All times are Eastern.
“All Blessed Secrets” (season three, episode five; originally aired 8/21/2006)
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, May 15. All times are Eastern.
“Every Inch A King” (season 3, episode 4; originally aired 8/14/2006)
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, May 8. All times are Eastern.
“That Way Madness Lies” (season 3, episode 3; originally aired 8/7/2006)
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, May 1. All times are Eastern.
“Vex Not His Ghost” (season 3, episode 2; originally aired 7/31/2006)
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, April 24. All times are Eastern.
“Divided Kingdom” (season 3, episode 1; originally aired 7/24/2006)
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, April 17. All times are Eastern.
The overall sentiment of Hannibal, even from those critics that didn’t like it all that much, is that it’s a visually stunning piece of television. Frankly, it’s gorgeous: the oversaturation, the soft-focus dream sequences, the constant juxtaposition of Hannibal’s pronouncements of creepiness with shots of…
“Birnam Wood” (season two, episode six; originally aired 8/1/2005)
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, April 10. All times are Eastern.
Hannibal debuts tonight on NBC at 10 p.m. Eastern.