HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "I'll Try to Fix You," the July 15 episode of HBO's "The Newsroom," and asks whether the strong last 7 minutes redeem the terrible 50 that came before them. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-the-n more
Quick, does anyone out there have a drink to throw in Will McAvoy's face? I don't think he was splashed often enough on this episode of The Newsroom .
Easily the most presumptuous and misogynistic installment of this HBO series to date, " I'll Try To F more
The fourth episode of “The Newsroom” is titled “I’ll Try to Fix You.” Will is on a “mission to civilize” and wants to fix America’s obsession with gossip. “News Night” staffers want to fix the way the show handled, or didn’t handle, certain news events in more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The 112th Congress," the July 8 episode of HBO's "The Newsroom," in which Will takes on the Tea Party. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-the-newsroom-the-112th-congress-koch-is-it more
One of my favorite relationships in TV history was between Josh Lyman and Donatella Moss on The West Wing .
From the moment we met this Deputy Chief of Staff and his assistant, it was clear there were feelings there on both sides. But they weren't acte more
In the third episode of HBO's The Newsroom, Will picks a fight with the Tea Party, Charlie gets called to the principal's office, and Aaron Sorkin revisits the second episode of Sports Night. It's ... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2012/ more
Structurally at least, the third episode of “The Newsroom” reaches a high point. Director Greg Mottola deftly cuts between the six months leading up to the midterm elections and one continuous, contentious meeting of network suits.
Before I start, I want to clear up my view of The Newsroom . Whilst it may sound like I’m flip-flopping in my reviews, I’m just looking at the pros and cons. The pros are great casting and a solid idea. The cons are weak characters and a poor execution. more