We are in the penultimate episode of a series advertised as an edgy historical serial-killer story so frenetic only a city like Gilded Age New York could even keep up with it, and in which three people (two prongs of which have known each other for years) find themselves racing to invent criminal profiling as they…
Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Monday, March 19. All times are Eastern.
“You think we’ll see any buffalo in North Dakota?”
Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Monday, March 12. All times are Eastern.
“There are two reasons a man does what he does. The good reason, and the real reason.”
Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Monday, March 5. All times are Eastern.
When it comes to The Alienist,
weirder is better. You can see when it really comes
alive, and none of it is in the numerous serious discussions
about murder; look no further than “That’s a fine armadillo you
have” for where this show’s heart lies.
“Look at your bird again.”
Here’s what’s up in the world of television for Monday, February 19. All times are Eastern.
“Can I ask you to button my boots?”
There are a pair of short, illuminating scenes in the middle of “Silver Smile.”
Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Monday, February 5. All times are Eastern.
“And what is my role to be in all of this?”
Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Monday, January 29. All times are Eastern.
“You’ve caused me a sleepless night, Laszlo. The first of many, I suspect.”
Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Monday, January 22. All times are Eastern.
You can turn off your TV—or whatever device you’re using to watch TV these days—but TV is always on, as evidenced by the number of new and returning series that have already premiered in the early days of 2018. Here’s what The A.V. Club is looking forward to in the new year, from eagerly awaited second helpings and…
The beginning of the first trailer for The Alienist helpfully defines the eponymous term: Essentially, it’s an old-fashioned word for a mental health professional. Based on the novel by Caleb Carr, the upcoming TNT show features Daniel Brühl as Laszlo Kreizler, who puts his knowledge of the human psyche to use in the…
TNT’s The Alienist adaptation has experienced some setbacks on its way to production, beginning with Cary Fukunaga departing the project more than a year after he signed on. Now it looks the show, from executive producers Steve Golin and Rosalie Swedlin, has just lost one of its purported stars. According to The…
As Dakota Fanning makes the transition from “former child star” to “regular actor,” it’s important that she embraces popular Hollywood trends. We don’t mean crazy religions or fight clubs, though, we’re talking about the hot, new-ish thing where someone primarily known for making movies decides to climb down from that…