TV Guide

A 1960s queer boy finds solace in television in Jim Elledge’s poem.

Super Bowl, Schmuper Bowl: Life Is Not a Spectator Sport. Play More. Watch Less.

Terry Lancaster has some life-changing advice to offer, just in time for Super Bowl Sunday.

Are You Using Every Minute? Never Waste A Moment

“There is never enough time, unless you’re serving it.” – Malcolm Forbes

Can You Respect The Man But Not The Opinion?

Can you respect a person but not their opinions or have they become so intertwined as to become indistinguishable?

How Fantasy Football Helped Me Lose Myself–-and Find Myself

Take a serious look at what your time is spent doing. Then ask yourself if it’s worth it.

The Walking Dead: No More

Not one more minute will I devote to watching Black men portrayed as weak, spineless and ineffective.

Why it’s Wrong for Pediatricians to Eliminate Daily Screen Time Recommendations

What does more screen time mean for your children?

How Fathers Can Be There For Their Children in the Digital Age

Ours is a generation completely submerged in the murky waters of digital age. Fathers must continue to provide guidance at all times.

Why I stopped Watching NFL Football

My life changed, my priorities changed, and I made a shocking decision that I have never regretted.

Crazy About The NFL and MLB?

Crazy about the NFL and Major League Baseball? October 4 will be one of the best sports days of the year.

Me, My Dad, and David Letterman

David Letterman was a source of connection between Rich Monetti and his father. Here’s how.

What’s Your Escape?

It may help you forget, but at some point you’re going to have to deal with life. — In the years leading up to 2011, I was a TV addict! I had a DVR that was loaded with every variety of show imaginable, and I watched every episode. TV was my escape to a different […]

Swashbuckled: Finding the Man of My Dreams Where I Least Expect It

Falling in love with a dead man, raising a son, losing a lover… Melissa Holbrook Pierson watches TV with Robin Hood.

“Mad Men” Eulogies: Betty Draper

Vince Navy waves a dull goodbye to Betty Draper, and the end of the “Mad Men” series.

Don’t Panic, White People — Hollywood Hasn’t Changed

Here’s what Deadline got wrong about people of color on TV.

How Outlander is Changing the Business of Gender in Media

There has never been a man on screen quite like this Jamie character. What does that mean to the business of entertainment, and to the portrayal of gender violence on screen?