Maron ends its first season -- a surprisingly strong one that gained plenty of momentum in the back-half -- by airing back-to-back new episodes to
The growth Maron has shown, almost literally getting better with each episode, has allowed me to curb my criticisms of the show's POV and
Maron has struggled in its 1st season by falling into sitcoms rhythms that were far too familiar for such an opinionated & strange man
Maron's "Sponsor" is able to deliver exciting plot elements without losing the show's brand of neurotic humor.
The show's 5th episode, "A Real Woman," may not tread any new sitcom ground, but it's Maron's funniest episode to date
If you hadn't yet picked up on the amount of resentment Marc has stored up inside him, then you haven't been watching Maron very closely.
Did you miss the latest episode of Maron on IFC? Check out our recap of "Marc's Dad" right here.
For anyone who tuned into last week's pilot having never been exposed to Marc Maron's typical brand of comedy, a lot of it might have
Even though I've never met the man, it's not an exaggeration to say that I know Marc Maron very well. He's just debuted his semi-autobiographical
There’s something inherently polarizing about ‘the happy ending.’ On the one hand, the tactic is more often than not used as the easy way out,
Girls has always been cringe-worthy and awkward, but it doesn’t often go as dark as this episode went, which is kind of shocking to me,
After a couple hyper-focused episodes filled the mid-season slate, Girls is back to its typical formula of getting everyone a little bit involved, but as has
Midway through Season 1, Girls took a step up from good to great following the episode “The Return,” which pinned Hannah back in her hometown for
I’ve mentioned time and time again that I think the guys on Girls are the unsung heroes, and whenever the show starts to bring more characterization
Girls is an incredibly brave show. Like it or hate it, that is basically undeniable, and more often than not its bravery and willingness to