Gut punch—let’s play The Newsroom.
When I was a senior I high school, I was in a car accident. (The song playing on the radio as I crashed: “We Are the Champions.” I couldn’t make this up.) I managed to escape the fray unscathed, but my car wasn’t s more
When The Newsroom viewers first met Joel Johnstone, his character was keeping Jim Harper from getting on the Romney campaign's media bus. Rest assured, the actor is much nicer, and much more endear...
We’ve spent so much time talking about The Newsroom ’s women problem that we haven’t talked about its race problem. “Unintended Consequences,” an apt title for an episode that tried to anticipate its own backlash, was full of reminders that for all of its more
Life is full of " Unintended Consequences " but once it happens there is no going back.
This week it was Maggie's turn on the hot seat as she was interviewed by ACN's high priced attorney Rebecca, concerning Genoa. But whether a Colonel said "it hap more
Is it swagger or laziness to have a character wish aloud for a "preposterous stroke of luck" concerning the introduction of information that would allow a season-long storyline to advance? Read More...
"This is not a formal proceeding. You are not under oath."Despite those words from Atlantis Cable News attorney Rebecca Halliday (Marcia Gay Harden), Maggie (Alison Pill) knew she was in the hot seat as Sunday's (Aug. 4) episode of HBO's "The Newsroom" be more