PEOPLE TV Critic

The comedian incited an uproar over her racially charged sketch on Saturday – and it was far from the first time the show has courted controversy
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Can the star give us the true story in this new reality show about her marital disaster? PEOPLE's critic weighs in
Be ready to cry again in the wake the shocking death of Will Gardner
Kristen Bell returns in the title role, and it's good to have her back
"The show departs from the stereotype of how masculine an American husband ... is supposed to be," writes Tom Gliatto
Viewers had to make do with very little that was tangible, and yet that only added to the suspense
The whole thing seemed to be pitched at a calculatedly low level of energy
The new host did a bang-up job – and is pure charm in his Monday night debut
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PEOPLE's TV critic weighs in on what the star's next move should be following her show's cancellation
The former moderator addressed Justin Bieber, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Dylan Farrow during the "Hot Topics" segment
What will be missed about the Tonight host – and what won't be
Lena Dunham and her fellow producers were able to "smooth out the drastic, nearly disastrous inconsistencies of season two"
Babylon is asinine – it's supposed to be – and from sometimes hilarious
Whatever you felt just seemed to come, scene by scene, as everyone found a way to articulate their grief
It's a very silly little movie, but Gina Gershon is wonderfully flamboyant as she totters around Milan
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The series was a string of breathless hairpin turns and violent reprisals at the pace of a Roadrunner cartoon
The show's many elements are ingeniously clever, but the traditional quiz-show format falls flat on the air
The Glee star "had an open-faced quality that revealed ... whatever emotion he was feeling at the moment," PEOPLE critic Tom Gliatto says
What's good for Heidi may not be good for America's Got Talent, says PEOPLE's TV critic
After an hour we could have done without, we did get a magical 15 minutes to say goodbye
David Letterman hosts the fall preview, while our TV critic picks his highlights
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American Idol barely mentioned at upfronts; headless horseman show greeted with enthusiasm
Fox's show is a "vehicle for him to deploy his skill and intelligence" as an actor, writes PEOPLE's TV Critic
PEOPLE's TV critic wonders if Don Draper will be attuned to the '60s