No sooner does the conservative anchor start at NBC then she gives a platform to the conspiracy theory-loving Sandy Hook truther ... on Father's Day. Is this where "journalism" is headed?
Jimmy Fallon and Billy Bush were Trump's willing enablers—until Fallon's ratings plummeted and Bush lost his job. Will their disingenuous apologies be rewarded with forgiveness?
For queer girls growing up in the '90s, Xena and Gabrielle were life rafts for intimating what a lesbian relationship could look like. The reboot promises to do much more. That's good, right?
As one of the most terrifying network TV shows wraps up, a psychotherapist reflects on the worst kind of sociopath: the one with the ability to out-analyze the analyst.
Brian Williams has been benched for false reporting. But if media history tells us anything, he’ll be back. If only the newsroom were as forgiving of Black journalists who’ve made the same mistakes.
As the six-season drama wraps up, a father reflects on what he learned from watching Joel, Julia, "Bug," and Victor Graham work through their toughest times.
With its live broadcast of "Peter Pan," NBC may have been bracing itself for a night of nasty tweets. But a rapt, snarky audience is a whole lot better than none at all.
So why isn’t NBC putting their greatest asset in the prime-time slot? Why do you think?