Arts and Entertainment Editor Zachary Zahos '15 finds the heroic deeds of Harry Potter and Carrie from TV's Homeland depressing in light of his feeble, mortal accomplishments.
Emily Greenberg '13 questions whether TV is really as brainless as people think. She delves into the changing and complex narrative of modern television.
Kaitlyn Tiffany '15 reviews the season 2 premiere of HBO's Girls. She takes us through each of the four main girls' interesting, crazy, flawed and brillant plots.
Dangerous, disturbing or sweet, the 10 best TV shows this year, selected by The Cornell Daily Sun's Arts Staff, come in all flavors.
Arielle Cruz '15 looks back at TV characters whose lives were cut short.
Awkward is the new attractive, much to the relief of Arielle Cruz '15. From New Girl to The Mindy Project, primetime TV is crowning queens of quirky indie naivete.
Aaron Sorkin's HBO drama, The Newsroom, alienates its audience and pillages old cliches. Peter Jacobs '13 muses the show's shortcomings upon the end of its first season.
Alice Wang '15 recounts her five favorite, off-the-wall and inappropriate moments from HBO's hit comedy, Girls.
"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.
The West Wing is without doubt one of the best television shows of all time (at least the first five seasons), and Aaron Sorkin, the show’s creator, is similarly a fantastic writer.