Dangerous, disturbing or sweet, the 10 best TV shows this year, selected by The Cornell Daily Sun's Arts Staff, come in all flavors.
"Television's greatest show," AMC's Breaking Bad, returns for its final season, and Arts & Entertainment Editor Zachary Zahos '15 recaps the premiere, forecasts the show's future and contemplates what makes the whole thing so awesome.
Natalia Fallas ’14 on the trials of The Big C’s Jamison family, in both real life and cyberspace.
There has been an ugly backlash to HBO's new hit, Girls, and Jason Goldberg '14 calls out the haters.
Arielle Cruz '15 draws comparisons between Sex and the City and HBO's new series, Girls.
Natalia Fallas '14 on the Showtime hit Shameless and its portrayal of the American family.
Scott Eidler says goodbye to Boom Roasted.
On Charlie Sheen, and other television personalities, getting demoted.
Suzanne Baumgarten '11 compares Glee to The Breakfast Club.
Scott Eidler looks at how a character's dark past allows us to sympathize and how Dexter Morgan differs from the crowd.