''Can Don Draper change himself for the better? What does fulfillment look like for the flawed strivers of Mad Men? Do they even believe in progress for themselves? Do you? The premiere episode of the drama's two-part final season asks these questions in various ways, accenting them with thematically rich references and motifs.''
''Change has come to Veep, HBO's political satire and TV's current gold standard for salty comedy. But should you believe in it? Season 3 finds calamity-prone VP Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) prepping a campaign to replace the scandal-smeared, never-seen POTUS.''
''Like ABC's The Goldbergs, Fox's Surviving Jack is one of those Wonder Years-style comic-of-age nostalgia-coms about a romantic boy hero (Connor Buckley) with a colorful combative family, full of period pop flourish and overexplainy, emotion-coaching narration.''
''In Growing Up Fisher also based on a true story, also with look-back narration J.K. Simmons plays Mel Fisher, an accomplished attorney who must become an even more accomplished father after his wife, Joyce (Jenna Elfman), divorces him so she can find an identity outside of motherhood and marriage.''
''Need A Tonight Show host who will tuck you in at night? Well, then, Jimmy Fallon is the wrong man for the job. The late-night live wire is not Ambien he's Pop Rocks.''
A long time ago, we used to be friends with a whip-smart teen sleuth named Veronica Mars, and now, thanks to a historic Kickstarter campaign, Mars is back in Neptune -- this time on the big screen; star Kristen Bell and creator Rob Thomas took EW along for the roller-coaster revival of the beloved cult TV series
''The saga of husband-and-wife ''travel agents'' trying to juggle career, family, and their patriotic duty of destroying the United States in 1982, The Americans is television's most morally complex drama.''
''American Horror Story: Coven presented itself as Harry Potter on acid if Harry was a Henrietta who could kill boys with her vagina, and the acid was actually cocaine.''
''[Black Sails] is a fantasy, but its historical/literary roots lend it a real-world resonance that some other, grander, more purely fantastical genre series lack.''
''Kirk and Spock. Crockett and Tubbs. Sam and Dean. TV has had a long love affair with bromantic crime-stopping buddies. Some choose to see a love that dares not speak its name in these homosocial heroes.''
The wasteland noir of True Detective is many things at once an enthralling murder mystery about history, culture, and heroic character; a tour de force for stars Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey.