Scene for scene, it was one of the most enjoyable hours you were likely to find on television in 2011.
“As both a future man-of-this-age and a lover of great television, I ask you, TNT: please let these men grow a little bit older.”
Bad dreams and high hopes keep the guys up all night.
The creators of “Men of a Certain Age” prove that you don’t need to be good at golf to win a sweet set of clubs.
Tough decisions put the men in the corner.
The men mount a come-from-behind victory.
The guys are tempted by old habits in times of trouble.
The guys return for the second half of the show’s second season.
Jordan Pedersen talks to Mark Stegemann, writer and producer of “Men of a Certain Age,” on comedy, drama, and writing real-life.
Oscar nominated “Winters Bone” is a movie in which men are the MacGuffin.
A group colonoscopy outing should be the perfect bonding experience for the guys, right?
On striking a chord with men, the writing process, and Ray Romano living with his mom.
In the nadir of his addiction, Ted Williams would have been viewed as a criminal and a drain on society. Today he’s a national hero.
Debts—financial and personal—are a constant worry this week.
The Coen brothers celebrate the heroes of the old frontier—and the new—in their new film, True Grit.
Joe, Owen, and Terry play heroes and villains.