Note: Full spoilers for The Newsroom season finale follow. It's rather wonderful when an entire season comes together, culminating in a powerful finale that not only satisfies on an emotional level, but also ties up loose ends in an equally satisfying man more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Greater Fool," the first season finale of HBO's "The Newsroom," in which Will reacts badly to the magazine article, and Don has a proposal for Maggie. http://m.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-finale-r more
There are many, many things to be said about last night's season finale of The Newsroom , but I'm going to lead off with the thing that it did best. It settled things. Even if it didn't always settle them in ways that were particularly enjoyable to watch, more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Greater Fool," the first season finale of HBO's "The Newsroom," in which Will reacts badly to the magazine article, and Don has a proposal for Maggie. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-finale more
The Newsroom season finale brought many of its story lines full circle while others simply felt like they'd been running in circles which is why I found " The Greater Fool " both entertaining and frustrating.
Will's depression and pill popping fi more
The first season of The Newsroom ended tonight and the events of the episode reinvigorated Will and brought an end to his feud with Leona.
The Depths of Despair. Brian's article about Will and News Night was released, but the episode picks up two more
Continuing the narrative from last week, “The Blackout Part II: Mock Debate” finds Will still vying for a seat as moderator of a Republican primary debate while regrettably covering the Casey Anthony case. Meanwhile, Neal attempts to infiltrate a troll co more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Blackout Part 2: Mock Debate," the August 19 episode of HBO's "The Newsroom," in which the power comes back on, but everything else continues to go wrong. http://m.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-the- more