People TV Critic Tom Gliatto

From Stumptown to Godfather of Harlem, we're taking a look at the best and buzziest shows if the new fall season
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If you don't compare it to the original film starring Mia Farrow, this TV reboot is fun, says PEOPLE's TV critic
The intriguing Australian actress will appear on not one but two shows on Monday
"His night as the comic headliner ... I'm going to just try and forget," he writes
"It was a clever stunt, bringing back Washington," PEOPLE's TV Critic writes
PEOPLE's TV critic breaks down why the season 3 finale was a great one
The first episode of the final season finds the ad man in a state of limbo
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"Be prepared for anything," PEOPLE's TV critic writes
With speculation about a major character's death, the final episode of the season aired Sunday night
Neil deGrasse Tyson hosts the new series
The Academy needs to keep her on the short list of stars who really know how to manage this glamorous beast
From Budweiser to Coca-Cola, see the ads that won the night
They prove once again that they're hosts who can make the most of a long night of prizes and speeches
The Abbey speaks in a new book by Andrew David Stelmley
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A major twist changes the game radically – but it was time to set the show in a new direction
She had a tough time fitting in but she won't be easily replaced, says PEOPLE's TV Critic
How do you follow that red wedding? A little kinkiness helps
It was a misstep not to reunite the whole ensemble for the much-anticipated season 4
Don't worry, the dragons just count as one
The comedian wasn't offensive enough to make his schtick work, says PEOPLE's TV critic
This year's spate of lavish ads were loaded up with CGI and bloated with stars
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PEOPLE's critic explains why Thursday's finale was "one of the most delightful series wrap-ups I can remember"
The actor is "unmannered, believable and to the point," says PEOPLE's TV critic
The duo pulled off some great one-liners, but disappeared for much of the telecast