Are docs like PBS' six-part 'Makers: Women Who Make America' still necessary? Episodes on comedians and Hollywood offer contradictory opinions.
Sometimes a slow start pays off.
"Transparent." Amazon's first scripted drama is an amazing thing. In it, Mort, a retired professor (Jeffrey Tambor), finally finds the courage to live truly as herself, which is to say as a woman,
Many things have changed about television lately, but murder still makes the world go 'round.
Into a culture perpetually roiling over the role of race comes a comedy that questions America's fairly recent quest to become colorblind.
All I want is a show in which a handsome Old World native, inexplicably cursed with immortality and a New York address, solves murders while contemplating the nature of life without things spiraling out of control almost immediately.