HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "News Night 2.0," the July 1 episode of HBO's "The Newsroom," in which Mackenzie unveils a new philosophy for the show, and Will discusses immigration. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-the-newsro more
There appears to be an interesting critical split emerging around "The Newsroom." Reviewers -- including myself -- have mostly weighed in with negative assessments, while viewers have tended to praise the show much more fulsomely .
The split has seem more
Well, that devolved quickly.
As one of the only critics who enjoyed The Newsroom premiere - focusing on the captivating pace and writing of Aaron Sorkin over the repetitive, sanctimonious message behind it - I was looking forward to " News Night 2.0 ." more
Even though “The Newsroom” mines the recent past for its storylines, hindsight won’t benefit the “News Night” crew every week. Sometimes the best attempts to present multiple sides of an issue fall short. And sometimes doing a professional newscast gets w more
If The Newsroom was a half-hour comedy-drama, it would be perfect . Episode 2 , ‘Newsroom 2.0? had some incredibly amusing scenes and, repetitive as they were, they were the best parts of this episode, which itself was an more
I’m not entirely sure what to think of The Newsroom , which is a bad way for a reviewer to start a review, but in the spirit of Will McAvoy’s truthfulness, here it is. The Newsroom pilot ‘We Just Decided To’ showed the formation more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews the series premiere of HBO's "The Newsroom," in which the bad and (mostly) good of Aaron Sorkin are both on display. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/series-premiere-review-the-newsroom-we-just-decided- more
There is just so much to say about the first episode of Newsroom , a lot of which is summed up by the final name listed in the opening credits: Created by Aaron Sorkin .
Any fan of The West Wing , The American President , The Social Network and Moneyba more