TV Land


It’s a good thing television producers don’t run the government: Politics would be much less entertaining. Or so one might be inclined to think after watching the first few episodes of the new NBC drama Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.

An ideologically charged peek behind the scenes at an imaginary network’s troubled sketch-comedy show, Studio 60 arrives on the fall lineup fresh from the pen of entertainment whiz Aaron Sorkin,...

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Celia Wren is Commonweal’s media and stage critic.