Mere months after a heated public debate over an editorial in which Dylan Farrow once again accused her father, Woody Allen, with molestation, Americans find themselves embroiled in a similar but even more emotionally wrenching news cycle.
Here are a few things that did not exist in American television 10 years ago:
When did Christmas become such a hypochondriac?
"The Missing": On the heels of its first genuine hit, the crowd- and critic-pleasing "Outlander," Starz delivers an anguished, performance-driven mystery that is both a return to the conventional definition of cable drama and an elevation of it.
Butch and Sundance met "To Catch a Thief" under the blue skies of USA when FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) recruited the dashing forger, thief, schemer connoisseur, and general man about town Neil Caffrey (Matt Bomer) to aid solving high-profile thefts and scams.
Premiering three years ago, when the TV-renaissance bacchanal had reached fever pitch, "The Newsroom" was greeted with giddy anticipation — Aaron Sorkin on HBO!
"The Newsroom." In its third, final and shortened season, Aaron Sorkin's dramatic and often critical look at the state of the American media has polished away many of its flaws to become the show many hoped for upon its premiere.
Sleek, stylish and superbly performed, BBC America's Cold War drama "The Game" offers more to look at than think about, but then there's something about espionage that almost always calls for a little eye candy. The six-part series premieres Wednesday.