A 1960s queer boy finds solace in television in Jim Elledge’s poem.
“There is never enough time, unless you’re serving it.” – Malcolm Forbes
Take a serious look at what your time is spent doing. Then ask yourself if it’s worth it.
Not one more minute will I devote to watching Black men portrayed as weak, spineless and ineffective.
What does more screen time mean for your children?
Ours is a generation completely submerged in the murky waters of digital age. Fathers must continue to provide guidance at all times.
My life changed, my priorities changed, and I made a shocking decision that I have never regretted.
Crazy about the NFL and Major League Baseball? October 4 will be one of the best sports days of the year.
David Letterman was a source of connection between Rich Monetti and his father. Here’s how.
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 […]
Falling in love with a dead man, raising a son, losing a lover… Melissa Holbrook Pierson watches TV with Robin Hood.
Vince Navy waves a dull goodbye to Betty Draper, and the end of the “Mad Men” series.
Here’s what Deadline got wrong about people of color on TV.
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?