How to Get Away with Murder

dvr this ABC, Thursdays, 10 p.m. Shonda Rhimes’ new show is more Scandal than Gray’s Anatomy, and that’s perfect fine with me. Led by two-time Oscar nominee Viola Davis as a brilliant, cynical and sexy law professor, the show revolves around her cases and her students who help her win them. Everyone is morally and [...]

The Blacklist

James Spader in The Blacklist

The Blacklist was one of network television’s few breakout hits last year, and after I caught up on it this summer, I realized why. It’s James Spader, playing Raymond “Red” Reddington, a murderous criminal mastermind who decides to help the FBI catch the world’s worst criminals. When he is not spitting out campy insults at [...]


dvr this FOX, Mondays at 8 p.m. One of the most hyped and best new TV shows of the fall, Gotham is a series that serves as an origin story to the world of Batman. It’s focused on young Detective Jim Gordon, the future police commissioner and Batman’s closest compadre. Gordon is played by fierce [...]

Keep the Lights On

On Netflix Ira Sachs’s last movie was a critical darling but barely released. It’s a shame because it’s a beautifully shot, extremely sexy, but difficult love story. Erik (Thure Lindhardt) is a dilettante filmmaker who spends a lot of time having sex with guys he meets on phone sex lines, and Paul (Zachary Booth) is [...]

True Blood

dvr this HBO, Sunday, Aug. 24, 10 p.m. The series finale of the HBO hit comedic drama about a small Louisiana town, its vampires and the folks who love and hate them is finally here. All season, the writers have been wrapping up loose ends, pairing off lovelorn characters and settling old scores. Tara (Rutina [...]


dvr this TNT, Wednesdays, 9 p.m. After being killed off rather spectacularly in The Lord of The Rings and the season finale of the first season of Game of Thrones, gruff alpha male Sean Bean needed to get a role that would give him some longevity. In TNT’s new spy drama, Bean plays a master [...]

The Knick

dvr this Cinemax, Friday, Aug. 8, 10 p.m. Steven Soderbergh directs this TV show about a New York City hospital at the turn of the last century. Starring Clive Owen as the drug-addled chief of surgery and André Holland as the hospital’s first black doctor, the show is supposed to be bloody, tense and brilliant. [...]

Halt and Catch Fire

dvr this AMC, Sunday, Aug. 3, 10 p.m. In the season finale of Mad Men in the 1980s with Computers in Dallas, the team of craven salesman Joe (Lee Pace), bungling techie Gordon (Scoot McNairy), and punk-rock coder Cameron (Mackenzie Davis) are about to send their proto-laptop to the manufacturer. They have been at each [...]

Fever Pitch

dvr this On Netflix While I have almost no interest in sports, let alone the World Cup, I love sports movie. Fever Pitch is Nick Hornby’s film, based on his memoir, about his love for soccer, or as they say in Britain, “football,” and his love for women, and how these intertwine. Colin Firth plays [...]


dvr this On Netflix This adaptation of the David Sedaris essay of the same name made barely a ripple when it was barely released in theaters last year. A sudden ending to the film is probably the reasons – it’s a strangely unclimactic climax – but until then, it’s an affecting story of a pretentious [...]

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