Because the Internet is wonderful, a Freedom of Information Act request was filed for every complaint about SNL the FCC has received in the last five years. Here are the most insane ramblings we could find.
I used to be proud to work for NBC. The peacock network stood for quality. Now it's just a joke.
The entire show was about Justin Bieber -- and "SNL" is at its worst when the show is about the host as opposed to the host integrating him or herself into the cast.
But four episodes into Season 2 of "Girls," a few questions about the logistics of Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna's lives have come to my attention, and they're not even sex or drug-related.
Last week, Netflix launched the entire season of House of Cards. Some admirers of the strategy breathlessly insist it marks the end of traditional cable networks. While that viewpoint is fanciful, this kind of experimentation simply shows a healthy marketplace that is always looking for the next big thing.
Seth Cohen and Blair Waldorf have started dating, this according to Us Weekly. What's that you say? Seth and Blair are fictional characters and only the actors who played them, Adam Brody and Leighton Meester, are holding hands and making plans? Shut up with that noise!
Call the Midwife's dewey tableau has been pilloried this season around for giving men a hard time... when they're not serially bashing their wives, they're neglecting them in fire hazards of homes, marrying two sisters at a time (that was all a bit weird) or queueing up on the ship to take their turn with the captain's daughter. So does this hit show fail the sexism test?
Last year, "Smash" fans and critics complained, cajoled and hate-watched, and despite the barbed nature of that last pastime, a good chunk of the grousing sprang from a sincere desire to see the show do better. Be careful what you wish for.
Well nerds... after seven seasons on air and winning 14 Primetime Emmys and six Golden Globes, 30 Rock has come to its end. Looking back on the series, there have been so many amazing episodes, and equally amazing guest stars.
Reinventing Francis Urquhart, political manipulator from the pen of Michael Dobbs and his House of Cards trilogy present on our screens in the early 90's, was going to take some doing. But I do believe Netflix has pulled it off. I've stopped at two, ok three. And as I burp on the layered cake of political intrigue, game playing and negotiations, a peculiar aftertaste strikes me.
Just in case Liz Lemon decides that working on a comedy where people regularly roll their eyes, turn to a dog and say 'don't even SAY it!' isn't for her, here are five alternative careers she could try.
This Super Bowl season, Taco Bell and its ad agency, Deutsch L.A., have rolled out a TV spot brimming with stereotypes, a storyline that's absurd and denigrating.
Episode 3 contained some of my least favorite "Girls" moments ever. In that installment, Booth Jonathan locked Marnie in a box and isn't "Girls" tacitly endorsing Booth's behavior by showing how well it worked out for him?
This week's episode of "Girls" saw explosive arguments, breaking glass, and life-changing discoveries. Butt plugs were discussed, lovers faced adversity, and heroin addictions were revealed. And it all happened in a 30-minute span on HBO!
Last Monday, while taping an episode of The New Jersey Socialites, Kim Granatell and her crew attended the #ForNico benefit dinner at Seasons in Washington Township, N.J., and thankfully, that night was drama free.
Television technology is not in Kansas anymore. Image displays are about to go where no displays have gone before. Nonetheless, I figure they'll hit the equivalent of a brick wall within a decade or two. There will be an end point to how good TV pictures can get.