Celebrate Turkey Day the MSTie way with Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXXVII.

Believe the hype, "The Night Of" is as great as advertised.

HBO explores the darker corners of humanity in "Divorce" and "Westworld."

This Sunday, the most anticipated snowboarding film of all time, The Fourth Phase starring Travis Rice, will be screened for free, for one night

A series of bad choices by Nazir Kahn takes him deep into the criminal justice system in "The Night Of" on HBO

An open letter to the Duffer brothers: Congratulations on a stunning first season of television. Stranger Things is more than a successful show or a

It's 1983 all over again in this Netflix series starring Winona Ryder

Enter to win Season 3 of HBO's Emmy nominated comedy, "Silicon Valley" on Digital HD

Popdose's staff discusses the failure of HBO's "Vinyl."

The truth is still out there

Way back in 2003, Rhino released the second volume of their nascent program of Mystery Science Theater 3000 DVD box sets. This release substantially upped

Unless you watched it during its original run, you’ve probably never seen Cop Rock. Save for the occasional airing on a “can you believe

The white guy won it.

Well, it’s that time of year again. The good folks at Shout! Factory are blessing us with yet another volume of everybody’s favorite “cowtown puppet show” with Mystery Science Theater 3000 Vol. XXXV. (That’s Volume 35 for you non-Romans out there.) I’m normally joined in these reviews with my co-MSTie in crime Dan Wiencek, but unfortunately he didn’t get his review copy in time so I’m afraid you’re just stuck with me on this one. Let’s roll!

"Game of Thrones: Season 5" and the long anticipated Blu-ray debut of "Freaks and Geeks"

Season 3 of the acclaimed FX series on DVD.

Is Will Arnett's Netflix sitcom worth your binging time?

Sometimes love does stink

“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” is like a wild dream that I had in the middle of the night, from which I woke myself so I could write it all down, only to realize that all of the really cool details were already long gone. I can’t even remember the last theme song that my wife and I would sing along to as it was playing. In fact, I’m not sure there’s ever been one. We’ve sung it so much, the kids caught on to it.

After six seasons, 52 episodes and innumerable dinner parties, put-downs and plot twists, Downton Abbey comes to an end.

Anyone missing a great crime drama now that Justified and Breaking Bad have driven off into the sunset, seek out Fargo and enjoy the

Were we

The Duplass brothers transition to television with ease.

The zombies of AMC's "The Walking Dead" promise to eat your heart out when they return for the series's midseason premiere this Valentine's Day.

Enter for a chance to win the Golden Globe winning HBO mini-series starring Oscar Isaac.

One advantage to spending a lot of time at home with snow covering the sidewalks and streets is getting a chance to do a

A look back at a Christmas special that failed to become a holiday classic.

Kurt Cobain’s first solo record – recently released 21 years after his 1994 suicide and paired with a suspect “documentary” film project of revisionist

Vikings, colossal beasts and evil hypnotists galore: time for another volume of Mystery Science Theater 3000.

In the annals of TV history, there are a handful of shows held up as the universal examples of shows gone horribly wrong –

A new DVD release introduces this groundbreaking series to a new generation.

"Fresh Off the Boat" is a refreshing take on the modern family sitcom.

"The Leftovers" recovers from a so-so first season and comes out swinging in Season Two

Thrilled to see that the Showtime network has sought fit to broadcast the British documentary, The Jam - About The Young Idea, as it's

The beauty of Peanuts exists on several levels:  the warmth of the characters; the sense of empathy one has for Charlie Brown; the sweetness

In "Narcos" Pablo Escobar embodies Machiavelli's famous phrase: "It is better to be feared than loved, if you cannot be both."

'Cause I'm Stephen Colbert, yes I'm the real Colbert/All you other Stephen Colberts are just imitating/So won't the real Stephen Colbert please stand up/Please

The skydivers, Creepy Girl and a carnivorous carpet: Popdose tackles the first-ever Mystery Science Theater DVD set.

Zombies in L.A.? Man, what a bummer

TV Land, once Cable TV’s Cousin Oliver, has gone all Marsha, Marsha, Marsha seemingly overnight. Their latest one-two punch, The Jim Gaffigan Show and