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  1. Grantland Reality TV Fantasy League: MTV Is Going to Drag Some Sk...

    David Jacoby

    This week in reality TV, Below Deck docked on dry land for the season, Survivor got reset, and, most importantly, MTV announced the format for the new Real World. In fact, this week's column is going to be solely dedicated...

    Blog | October 24, 2014
  2. ‘Constantine’ Preview: NBC Tries to Bring Some Unholy...

    Andy Greenwald

    For 30 years, John Constantine has served as a necessary corrective to ghost story orthodoxy. When things go bump in the night, he bumps right back. The DC Comics stalwart burst out of the pages of Alan Moore's Swamp Thing in 1984 and has remain...

    Blog | October 24, 2014
  3. All of the Green Lights: Which of Your Favorite Rappers Are Also ...

    Eric Thurm

    It takes a lot of people to make a TV show: actors, writers, people who do makeup, lighting, the guy who got Bryan Cranston the pizza he threw on that episode of Breaking Bad. That hasn't stopped everyone from directing attention toward sho...

    Blog | October 24, 2014
  4. The Worst That Could Happen: ‘Southcliffe,’ ‘Gr...

    Chris Ryan

    Warning: This piece includes spoilers of the shows Gracepoint, Broadchurch, and Southcliffe, and the movies Mystic River and Saving Private Ryan. Also, this is not particularly upbeat stuff. I hate to ask a favor of you in the first sente...

    Blog | October 23, 2014
  5. Perry’s Complaint: Likable Unlikability and the Acidic Char...

    Steven Hyden

    Alex Ross Perry's latest film, Listen Up Philip, opens with the titular character, played by Jason Schwartzman, settling scores with former friends and ex-lovers he believes have wronged him. It's like the baptism sequence at the...

    Blog | October 23, 2014
  6. My Trip to Fox’s ‘Utopia,’ Just Another Struggl...

    Molly Lambert

    I set out for the badlands of Utopia, Fox's televised experiment in communal living, with an open heart and an open mind. Though the show has been languishing in the ratings - it's been trimmed down to a single hour on Friday night&am...

    Blog | October 23, 2014
  7. The Maester Learns Dothraki, Week 2: Khal Drogo Is My Spirit Guid...

    Jason Concepcion

    Grantland's in-house Game of Thrones guru, Maester Jason Concepcion, has decided to learn Dothraki. This is a weekly account of his brave quest to master Khal Drogo's brutal mother tongue. Athchomar chomakaan! Here's Jason Momoa,...

    Blog | October 22, 2014
  8. Indie TV: When Auteurs of the Art House Make the Move to Your Liv...

    Andy Greenwald

    I recently watched Not Fade Away, a modest 2012 movie about '60s rock and roll that received attention not because of its sterling soundtrack or the chance to see Boardwalk Empire's Jack Huston with an intact face but because of the man be...

    Blog | October 22, 2014
  9. The Peaceful Madness of Eric André

    Carrie Battan

    "If Knoxville is a 10, I want to turn it up to 11," announces the comedian Eric Andre. "I just want to fuckin' push it." He's in a huddle on a side street in midtown Manhattan on a...

    Blog | October 22, 2014
  10. Hollywood Prospectus Podcast: 'The Knick,' 'Fury,&...

    Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald

    Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald go crazy for The Knick and talk Fury, Doctor Strange, and more. Listen to the podcast here. Subscribe to the Grantland Network on iTunes and check out our podcasts page....

    Blog | October 21, 2014
  11. Golovkin-Rubio: 'Muchas Gracias; Champion'

    Rafe Bartholomew

    Gennady Golovkin, perhaps the best middleweight boxer in the world, is an athlete you want to share with people. Watching his fights in person or on TV, you get the sense that you're witnessing something special, from the splendiferous, gol...

    Blog | October 21, 2014
  12. Take a Chance, Give a Chance: ‘Mulaney’ and the Multi...

    Molly Lambert

    Fox's new sitcom Mulaney is really not as bad as the reviews that trashed it made it out to be. It seems foolish to write off the show after three episodes, because it is so promising for some of the very reasons critics seem to hate it. Mu...

    Blog | October 20, 2014
  13. 'The Knick' Finishes Its Brutal, Triumphant First Seaso...

    Andy Greenwald

    The Knick, which concluded its blistering first season Friday night on Cinemax, has been correctly labeled many things. It's a historically fascinating medical show, an exclamatory period piece drawn as tightly and sharply as a lady's corse...

    Blog | October 20, 2014
  14. Grantland Reality TV Fantasy League: The Return of the Way-Too-Ea...

    David Jacoby

    The Grantland Reality Fantasy League column covers a huge swath of the intellectually barren reality TV landscape, but there has always been one format, one group of alcopsychoholics, one host, one show that stood head, shoulders, and genitalia above...

    Blog | October 17, 2014
  15. ‘Friends’ and Enemies: Netflix and HBO Battle for the...

    Andy Greenwald

    Some world-changing conflicts start with speeches. Others, with explosions. Yesterday, a war began with a press release. At about 12 p.m. ET on Wednesday, word broke that HBO had finally agreed to make its wildly popular, highly...

    Blog | October 16, 2014
  16. The Shonda Rhimes Revolution: Finishing What ‘The Sopranos&...

    Mark Harris

    Last month, Alessandra Stanley, the lead TV critic of the New York Times, referred to Shonda Rhimes as an "angry black woman," and applied the same label to the protagonists of her dramas Scandal, How to Get Away With Murder, and...

    Blog | October 16, 2014