Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love were goofing off at home when she asked him one of the most fundamental questions about his public perception. "Why are you the good one and I'm the bad one?" she asked, teasingly, about how the media portrayed their stormy romantic relationship.
The PBS programmers get a little carried away this week with the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon, but the occasion at least gives Rory Kennedy's excellent Last Days in Vietnam an opportunity to reach a broader audience.
A monthslong internal investigation of Brian Williams by NBC News has turned up 11 instances in which the anchorman publicly embellished details of his reporting exploits, the Washington Post reported, citing a person familiar with details of the inquiry.
It's not a nerd prom without a little disappointment. Geek Bar Beta in Chicago was planning on having a blowout for the Game of Thrones season premiere earlier this month.
The premise of the web series High Maintenance couldn't be simpler. In each episode, a character known only as "the Guy" makes a delivery to New Yorkers in need of marijuana.
Dim and steaming with urban grit, personal pathos and intense violence, Marvel's great new Daredevil series for Netflix proves, once again, that no one understands the multiple-platforming world better than the comic book company originally, and fittingly, known as Timely Publications.
Letterman's final-guests-list is packed
Bill Murray was David Letterman's first late night guest on Feb. 1, 1982, and he could be the last. Murray is one of the stars who will help bid Letterman farewell as he begins his final 28 broadcasts of The Late Show on CBS, the network announced Monday. Letterman is …
Fact: Game of Thrones doesn't care about your feelings. Never has, never will. What show kills off its main character in the first season? Game of Thrones does. After four seasons (and a trail of bodies), watching this brutal fantasy drama (the highest-rated drama on HBO) is sort of like having a panic …
LOS ANGELES — Aasif Mandvi is bringing the satire he's honed on The Daily Show to a sitcom parody with a serious goal: unraveling anti-Muslim prejudice.
Could the great American novel be a TV series? • If we can define the great American novel as one that illuminates the culture and concerns of an era in our history in a compelling and well-wrought narrative, Mad Men might well count. • The first episode of the second half of Season 7, the …