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  1. Death Is in the Details: The Cringey Not-Quite-Comedy of Getting ...

    Andy Greenwald

    Death is all over cable TV. You can find it walking, talking, and generally bleeding into every series, and why not? When it comes to surprising audiences, scaring complacent actors, or merely shaking up the status quo, there's nothing more dependabl...

    Blog | December 02, 2013
  2. The return of 'Arrested Development'

    Andy Greenwald

    Is the return of Arrested Development really such a great idea? And all your other small-screen questions answered in this month's TV mailbag.

    Story | Conversation | May 21, 2013
  3. Andy Greenwald on FX's new espionage show 'The Americans'

    Andy Greenwald

    FX's The Americans: The best new show since Homeland.

    Story | Conversation | January 30, 2013
  4. The Following Is Violent and Empty. But, Hey: Kevin Bacon!

    Andy Greenwald

    People die on television every day. They die of old age or cancer on tear-jerking dramas; occasionally they tumble down elevator shafts. On cable, they're bitten to death by vampires and zombies or gunned down by mooks and molls. Even high school sho...

    Blog | January 21, 2013
  5. Damian Lewis Homeland Q+A: "The final episode is both psychologic...

    Andy Greenwald

    Speaking to Damian Lewis on the telephone is disconcerting — and not because Lewis, in his role as troubled maybe-terrorist Sgt. Nicholas Brody, appears likely to blow himself to bits on Sunday's Homeland season finale. The redheaded actor has ...

    Blog | December 16, 2011
  6. The Walking Dead Recap: Lost Highway

    Andy Greenwald

    Some might argue that the great gift cable television has given storytellers is the lack of limits: Freed from network standards and practices, showrunners are free to lard their adult-themed hours with rivers of blood, rails of crystal meth, and, w...

    Blog | October 24, 2011