Beyond the Tube

Children's television isn't known for being particularly romantic, but the '90s horror series 'Are You Afraid of the Dark?' was open to looking at the horrors of love.
We still can't get over the 'Law & Order: SVU' romance that never was.
HBO's fantasy series is much scarier than it gets credit for.
Here are all the big plot points you need to know before the crime spree dramedy returns.
Let's revisit all those first dragon sightings on 'Game of Thrones.'
With the Oscars fast approaching the blind desire to grouse over Bradley Cooper's lack of a Best Director Oscar ignores the truly egregious snub happening in the category itself.
Amazon's new docu-series on the Lorena Bobbitt case forces audiences to re-examine the racial and gendered implications of a "woman scorned."
Here's what you need to do about the sophomore season of the acclaimed crime drama.
Competition game shows are making a huge comeback and here's why.
Let's explore the many reasons the Heath Ledger-starring superhero film flies high above the rest.
No Boba Fett, but there's big talent behind the upcoming Disney series.
The Oscars won't have a host for the first time in Academy history, but is that truly the answer to a bigger problem?
It’s time for the end of the reboot era.
With 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' scheduled for later this year and a 'Batwoman' series in the works, 2019 will show us if the Arrowverse has what it takes to survive.
Why your favorite television shows are hearkening back to a time of darkness and anxiety.
The latest episode of the Hulu anthology series posits some terrifying questions about femininity, social media, and the friends we think we know.
Here's why 'The Good Place' deserves to win Best Comedy at the 2019 Golden Globes.
The choose-your-own-adventure episode plays right into 'Black Mirror's ominous predictions about the future of technology.
Keep these Amazon Prime movies and TV shows in mind for a rainy day.
Who will ultimately rule the Iron Throne?
The recent Fathom Event tribute to Jim Henson reminds audiences that the famous Muppet creator knew the real reason for the season.
From Ross Geller's faux Santa in 'Friends' to Tim Allen's iconic Santa Clause.
This is how your favorite Christmas television shows work as both reminders of the holiday season and shopping sprees.