In the latest episode of TV IV, we dig into the modern ways that television is depicting maturity and growth and how it can be inexorably linked to immaturity. IFC’s Brockmire receives the Spotlight of the Month. Guests include Alan Yang (Maste
In the latest episode of TV IV, we look at television’s trend of creating covert genre vehicles and inserting style into unexpected places. Veep's Julia Louis-Dreyfus receives the Spotlight of the Month. Guests include Michael Showalter (Search
In the latest episode of TV IV, we look at the growing amount of “nightmare programs” on the medium and how twisting a familiar concept into a perverse opposite can yield tremendous results. In a bold move, Saturday Night Live receives the Spot
In the latest episode of TV IV, we explore the new playgrounds and sort of stories that become possible due to more recent advancements in the medium, as well as what this will continue to mean. Last Man on Earth’s Kenneth Choi receives the Spo
In the latest episode of TV IV, we dig into the increasing trend of super honest, real comedies with deeply flawed protagonists to go along with them. FOX’s The Exorcist series receives the Spotlight of the Month. Guests include Jonathan Ames (
What were your favorite comedies of 2016? In a special bonus episode of TV IV, we break down Den of Geek's Top 16 Comedies on Television in 2016. Each entry is broken down and discussed, with select interview segments also appearing throughout.
In the latest episode of TV IV, we look at how the influx of television has allowed the spotlight to shine on lesser known voices, resulting in fresh perspectives in storytelling. Ash Vs. The Evil Dead receives the Spotlight of the Month treatm
In the latest episode of TV IV, we look at how reality, depression, and mental health have been embraced in the comedy department lately. Walton Goggins and The Night Of receive the Spotlight of the Month treatment. Guests include James Urbania
In the latest dose of TV IV, we check out how important consideration of format and season-long structure are for a television show to maximize its potential. The topic of how long a season of TV should be is investigated, and John C. Reilly, a
TV IV: Your Information Drip is back this month for episode four: "Realizing You’re in the Beginning of the Middle of the End, With Brett Gelman, Jessica Goldberg, and Tim Heidecker." In the latest dose of TV IV, we examine the growingly fluid
In the latest installment of TV IV, we look into how important it is for a show to stick to it roots, or to strive to turn into something new. The topic of "shoe dropping" is discussed, and Freddie Highmore is put under the Spotlight of the Mon
Guests: Lesley Arfin (Love), Michael Mando (Better Call Saul), Britt Lower (Man Seeking Woman) While discussing television that takes its time and the art of the slow burn, we look at Netflix’s latest, Love, and the new season of Better Call S
In TV IV's inaugural episode, Den of Geek's Daniel Kurland breaks down which of January's new comedies are worth your time. Remember, comedy equals monotony plus time! We put the direction of comedy on television under the microscope, as well
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