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  1. The Great Archer Returns and Reboots, While Chozen Comes Out Stro...

    Andy Greenwald

    For a long time The Simpsons was the fastest show on television. A combination of highly caffeinated, Harvard-educated show-offs in the writers' room and the complete creative freedom afforded by animation transformed what was originally intended to ...

    Blog | January 13, 2014
  2. NFL Run & Shootaround: Gods of Carnage

    Grantland Staff

    On any given Sunday (or Monday, or Thursday), your NFL Run & Shootaround crew will be gathered around multiple televisions, making inappropriate jokes and generally regressing to the mean. Catch up on all the NFL action right here. What Will Reall...

    Blog | January 13, 2014
  3. The Return of Girls: The Inevitable Growing Up of the Third Seaso...

    Andy Greenwald

    What I liked best about Girls in the beginning wasn't the subject matter or the setting, it wasn't the horror of its comedy or the humor of its drama. And it certainly wasn't the opportunity to lose myself in the dense, terrifying forest of think pie...

    Blog | January 10, 2014
  4. Grantland Reality TV Fantasy League: Introducing a Real World Ang...

    David Jacoby

    The onset of the new year has brought plenty to GRTFL headquarters, including: bear-suit sex; hot lawyers; hamburger-grease assault; professional dog lovers; and a woman who transports herself exclusively by straddling men to hitch rides. The Bachelo...

    Blog | January 10, 2014
  5. Rob Rejects the Kardashian Name ... and Other Acts of Rebellion F...

    Molly Lambert

    In Touch Rob Kardashian Wants Out of the Family: "I don't want to be a Kardashian anymore!" says the boy who would be Kim. He was a no-show in the family's annual holiday pics. "He feels like his family puts TV first and they're incapable of being...

    Blog | January 09, 2014
  6. The People's Choice Awards Are Still Confusing, Still in Love Wit...

    Zach Dionne

    The People's Choice Awards take place in a strange world, one where Rick Grimes beats Walter White for Favorite TV Anti-Hero, Justin Timberlake is the Favorite R&B Artist, Taylor Swift takes home Favorite Country Artist, Macklemore & Ryan Lew...

    Blog | January 09, 2014
  7. Justified Season 5, Episode 1: Everything After Augustine in 'A M...

    Holly Anderson

    Justified’s fifth season premieres with "A Murder of Crowes" (get it? Get it??), an hour of television that serves as a Great Muppet Caper opening number of sorts — myriad promises layered atop one another, starring just about everybody o...

    Blog | January 08, 2014
  8. R.I.P., Soapnet: The Death of the Network Where Every Soap Went t...

    Molly Lambert

    Soap operas have been one of television's hardiest genres since the medium's inception, adding a visual component to what was already an extremely successful category of radio show. Dependent upon endless cliffhangers and narrative tension drawn out ...

    Blog | January 08, 2014
  9. The Bachelor Season Premiere: Seven Lessons to Kick Off Juan-uary...

    Mark Lisanti

    It is, as you assuredly know by now if you've read even this far into a story with the words "The Bachelor" in the headline, a month that our corporate siblings (hi!) have cleverly dubbed "Juan-uary." The Month of the Juan. The month when Juan Pablo ...

    Blog | January 07, 2014
  10. The NFL Discard Pile

    Bill Barnwell

    While the NFL dropped an incredible weekend of wild-card action onto our televisions this past weekend, the 20 NFL teams without playoff berths continued to move on with their respective offseasons. In the middle of writing previews and recaps, I was...

    Blog | January 07, 2014
  11. Explosion Artist Michael Bay Can't Improvise Any Kind Words About...

    Zach Dionne

    When you're Samsung, presenting your 150-inch curved TV at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, you might as well invite Michael Bay to speak. (His travel costs were virtually nonexistent; Optimus Prime just walked him over from Hong Kong.) If...

    Blog | January 07, 2014
  12. Steven Seagal Pretends to Mull Run for Arizona Governor, Pretends...

    Amos Barshad

    No, Steven Seagal isn't running for governor. But he'll pretend to do so as long as it might get you to watch his TV show. While plugging Steven Seagal: Lawman — Maricopa County on a local ABC affiliate in Arizona, the ol' face-kicker let loose...

    Blog | January 06, 2014
  13. Midseason TV Preview: January Is the New Fall

    Andy Greenwald

    For shivering bootblacks in Westeros or frustrated TV fans here on Earth, the phrase "winter is coming" was once equally terrifying. One promised an interminable tundra of life-freezing ice; the other the same thing but with reruns. (Your mileage may...

    Blog | January 06, 2014
  14. NFL Run & Shootaround: The Right Stuff

    Grantland Staff

    On any given Sunday (or Monday, or Thursday), your NFL Run & Shootaround crew will be gathered around multiple televisions, making inappropriate jokes and generally regressing to the mean. Catch up on all the NFL action right here. Liftoff (G...

    Blog | January 06, 2014
  15. Die, Mommie, Die: The Screaming, Slapping Shamelessness of Meryl ...

    Wesley Morris

    What are the TV ads for this new Meryl Streep–Julia Roberts movie trying to tell us? For the record, it's called August: Osage County, but no one's going to say that, because what the hell is an "August: Osage County"? Besides, once you leave t...

    Blog | January 03, 2014
  16. Community Is Back. And So Is Dan Harmon. (Oh, Yeah, the Show's Go...

    Andy Greenwald

    All long-running TV shows break bad eventually. It's the nature of the beast: Fuel for the relentless story engine inevitably runs dry, complacency sets in, and the familiarity that was once so appealing slowly curdles into contempt. If you kick away...

    Blog | January 02, 2014