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  1. Breaking Bad, Season 5, Episode 9 Recap: The Endgame Begins With ...

    Andy Greenwald

    Breaking Bad is chiefly about mortality. Every single event from the past five seasons occurred not because of Walter White's life but because of his imminent death. The cancer diagnosis in the pilot was like a pipe bomb on a train track: It was viol...

    Blog | August 12, 2013
  2. 'Homeland', Showtime, and the new age of Cable drama

    Andy Greenwald

    Showtime's breakout hit returns — and brings the future of cable drama with it.

    Story | Conversation | September 28, 2012
  3. HBO's Great New Veep: Dropping F-Bombs on Washington

    Andy Greenwald

    Exactly 200 years after their last semi-successful attempt at razing Washington, D.C., the British are finally back to finish the job with Veep. A funny, transatlantic fusillade of the first order, the new HBO comedy — debuting this Sunday nigh...

    Blog | April 20, 2012
  4. Homeland Recap: A Show Makes the Leap

    Andy Greenwald

    Chekhov's famous rule, adapted to the age of terrorism, might read something like this: "if a bomb is introduced in the first act, make sure it detonates by the last." No, the ball-bearing-laden death vest created by the ardently tinkering tailor did...

    Blog | December 12, 2011
  5. Homeland Recap: Bombs Away

    Andy Greenwald

    In a typically excellent piece for the New Yorker last week, critic Emily Nussbaum made the case that Homeland functions as a sort of public antidote for the work showrunners Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa did on 24. On that equally loved and loathed F...

    Blog | December 05, 2011