• Mad Men

    'Mad Men' Changes Soundtrack After Music Nerds Revolt

    It's rare that critics impact a television show the week before it even airs, but writers who got their hands on screeners for the season five premiere of Mad Men noticed something off about the critically acclaimed series' return: Even though the episode takes place in the spring of 1966, it features Dusty Springfield's "The Look of Love," a song that wasn't released until January 1967, in its closing credits.

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  • 'The River' and 'Smash' Aren't as Good as the Shows They Imitate

    'The River' and 'Smash' Aren't as Good as the Shows They Imitate

    In the past decade or so, there were two outta-nowhere hit shows on network television, two programs whose success was so head-scratching that execs have wondered ever since how the hell they pulled that off, and how they can do it again. Those shows are Lost and Glee — neither should have worked, but for totally different reasons. Finding a replacement has proven... tough.

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  • Bob's Burgers - Bob Day Afternoon

    Pleased to Meat Me: 'Bob's Burgers' Writers on Episode 2

    Every Monday, we'll post a short Q&A with the writers of the previous night's episode of Bob's Burgers, partially as a window into the creative process behind a show that we love and that's becoming increasingly, deservedly popular, and partially as an opportunity to quote our favorite lines out of context. Possible spoilers within, and definite references to jokes that won't make sense unless you've seen the episode. Which you should!

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  • Jemima Kirke, Lena Dunham, Zosia Mamet / Photo by Jojo Whilden/HBO

    HBO's Excellent New Comedy 'Girls' Premieres at SXSW

    Here's a question: How long will it take before the inevitable My So-Called Life reboot? If the scavenging of our past continues unchecked (see: 90210, Melrose Place, Footloose), it's only a matter of time until the prematurely canceled series appears ripe for rediscovery, an elevator pitch that starts and ends with, "Hey, remember this?" Bless Girls' creator Lena Dunham for not doing exactly that.

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  • Bob's Burgers - The Belchies

    Pleased to Meat Me: 'Bob's Burgers' Creators on Last Night's Episode

    We couldn't be more thrilled that Bob's Burgers is back on Fox for our second season. And to show our excitement, we're going to bug the writing staff each week to glean insight into the creative process, learn the behind-the-scenes skinny about each episode, and just basically revel in the majesty of well-executed dick jokes.

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  • 'Silent House': Horror Happens in Real Time

    'Silent House': Horror Happens in Real Time

    Silent House, which opens today, is no ordinary thriller, and it's important to the filmmakers that you know this. It's billed as a journey "experienced" in a single uninterrupted shot, meaning the 88-minute movie, about a young woman trapped in a house and terrorized by unseen forces, wasn't actually filmed in one take, but it unfolds in real time.

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