Articles by Kevin Yeoman
The Blacklist is up to its old tricks, trying to mix a hot-button issue with its global conspiracy storyline, and the results are uneven.
Fargo brings its special brand of dark, violent Minnesota nice back to television in a bigger, bolder second season.
The Walking Dead season 6 begins with a self-assured premiere that goes big on spectacle in a surprisingly effective way.
The Leftovers asks a fundamental question of one of its main characters, lending the season a sense of focus amid all the mystery.
At the end of another two-part storyline, Doctor Who offers up a classic time-travel conundrum that results in an early high mark for the season.
Strike Back, one of the best action series in TV history, ends its run by distilling the series down to its essence in a thrilling series finale.
The Strain writer-producers Carlton Cuse and Chuck Hogan discuss season 2’s shocking death and the dark days ahead in season 3.
The Blacklist moves further away from its procedural format and finds some success in telling a more serialized storyline.
American Horror Story returns with a new season and new star in Lady Gaga, as the series’ penchant for “homage” becomes its defining characteristic.
Arrow returns for season 4 with a light, entertaining, and self-assured premiere that also delivers some legitimate surprises.
Following an entertaining episode, The Bastard Executioner introduces a sense of intrigue that brings the major players to the table.
Fear the Walking Dead ends its first season by letting its characters help usher in the apocalypse in ‘The Good Man.’
AMC debuts the first clip of its web series Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462, which will tie in to the events of Fear the Walking Dead season 2.
The Leftovers is given an overhaul in season 2 that improves the show without losing everything that made it special in the first place.
At the start of season 5, Homeland impresses by focusing on the future of Carrie Mathison rather than staying stuck in her past.
Despite being sold as an edgy comedy, Blunt Talk proves itself to be more interested in compassion than anything else.