With the conclusion of "Breaking Bad," we understand you might have a lot to discuss. Chat with TV critic Matthew Gilbert on Monday, Sept. 30, at 10:30 a.m. to break down the series finale of the hit AMC show. Submit your questions and comments in the box below.
Come and share your thoughts on anything TV-ish, from the forthcoming returns of "Homeland" and "Boardwalk Empire" to the ongoing greatness that is "Breaking Bad." See you there. MG
Want to find out what fall shows to watch for? Excited by the latest developments on "Breaking Bad"? Talk all things TV with critic Matthew Gilbert at noon. Log in below.
If you watched last night's finale, you're probably eager to discuss all that happens in the episode and want to share your thoughts on the sixth season of the show. Don't forget to read the recap here.
Join us at 1 p.m. to dish about everything "Mad Men."
One of the least-predictable shows on TV is ending its sixth season on Sunday at 10 p.m. on AMC. We know you have questions and many predictions about how this very dark season of 'Mad Men' will end. Will Megan meet a Sharon Tate fate? Is there more to Bob Benson? What about Peggy and Ted?
Check out what readers had to say in a chat with Glenn Yoder, Boston.com's Arts and Entertainment producer, and Swati Sharma, who has been recapping the season, and read up on past recaps.
Chat up Globe TV critic Matthew Gilbert on the start of summer TV, remembering the late "Sopranos" star James Gandolfini, and winding down to the end of this season of "Mad Men."
Do you have your juiceboxes, hot ham water, and frozen bananas ready for Sunday's release of "Arrested Development?" If you need a refresher, pointers on how to throw a viewing party, or just generally want to gush about the show's return, plant yourself (like Ann) and read the chat with Boston.com's Glenn Yoder and Swati Sharma (her?) below.
If you haven't caught the trailer yet, here it is.
Check out readers talking about "The Office" finale, or the return of "Arrested Development," or anything TV-ish.
Come and blab about anything TV-ish -- the "Girls" finale, the cancelation of "Enlightened," "Shameless," "The Good Wife," the absurdity that is "Splash," "Bates Motel," you name it. See you then.
Time to share. Today's chat can range from the subject of TV to the subject of TV, including shows such as "Girls," "The Following," "Southie Rules," "House of Cards," and "Ripper Street." Tell me what's on your mind.
Did you watch the Emmys Sunday night? Get caught up on the onstage highlights and wins, see stars on the red carpet, and chat with Globe TV critic Matthew Gilbert Monday, Sept. 24 at noon. Log in below.
Come and talk about anything TV-ish, including but not limited to the return of "Dexter" and "Homeland," the new fall series, and the Emmys. See you then, MG
Come and comment about all things TV-ish, including but not limited to: The new BBC America drama "Copper" from Tom Fontana and Barry Levinson; the end of "The Closer"; the Olympics on NBC; and fall TV. See you there. MG
Come share your thoughts on all things TV-ish, including "Louie," the Emmy nominations, the end of "The Closer," and the deluge that is TCA. MG
Come share your feelings on the great "Louie," the return of "Breaking Bad," the confusion that is "True Blood," and anything else TV-ish. See you at noon. MG
Excited for Aaron Sorkin's "The Newsroom"? Sinking your teeth into "True Blood"? Summer shows are in full effect, come chat about what you are watching.FULL ENTRY
From 11 a.m. to 11:45, come chat about all things "American Idol." Did the right person win? Did Steven Tyler call anything beautiful? Did JLo get "goosies"? Will you watch next year?
And then from 11:45-12:30 we'll switch to our usual TV free-skate, wherein we talk about whatever you like from the "Revenge" finale to the upcoming summer shows. It's not a chat sprint, it's a chat marathon! Be sure to carbo-load.
It's down to the final two, and Globe critic Sarah Rodman is chatting today about "American Idol!" Log on at 11 and chat!
The top three singers have been revealed! Globe critic Sarah Rodman will be online at 11 a.m. to chat about the week on "American Idol." Log on and sound off!
Globe critic Sarah Rodman is here to chat about everything going on in TV-land over the past week. Log on and sound off!
Actor Jake Johnson, who plays the oft-frowning Nick opposite Zooey Deschanel’s Jess on “New Girl,” visited the Boston.com offices on Wednesday, May 2, to hang out and take your questions online. He talked about his popular Fox show, his roles in films such as “21 Jump Street” and “No Strings Attached,” and much more.
Globe TV critic Matthew Gilbert will chat live about the Emmy Awards Monday, Sept. 19 at noon. Log into the chat below.
What did you think of the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards? Was Ricky Gervais too mean? Were you surprised by the winners? Whose acceptance speech was the best?
The Globe's Sarah Rodman chats all things Golden Globes Jan. 18 at noon.
TV critic Matthew Gilbert will be online to recap Sunday night's Emmy Awards on Monday at noon. Ask your questions and submit comments in the box below.
Michael Brodeur, assistant arts editor for the Boston Globe, will be online to give live updates during the 62d Primetime Emmy Awards. The show airs on NBC at 8 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 29. Follow along, and feel free to join in by sending Michael your comments and questions in the box below.
Come share your thoughts about Piers Morgan, "The Closer," the new HBO series starring Dustin Hoffman, and any other TV things. MG
Come chat about TV junk, and the good stuff, too. Are you psyched about the Amy Poehler show? Blown away by "Lost"? Share at noon. MG
Come join us at 10 a.m. for our weekly dish about the Adam Lambert Showcase, formerly known as "American Idol." Tell us what song you'd sing from the year you were born, help me predict who's going home tonight, and tell me if you still think Danny Gokey has a chance of beating Adam.
Come on by and talk about your favorite and not-so-favorite TV shows, "Lost," the June return of "True Blood," and anything TV-related that's on your mind. See you then, MG
Are you a fan of the "Battlestar Galactica" series? Chat with BSG writer Jane Espenson today at 1 p.m. Jane has written for shows including Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Ellen, Gilmore Girls, The O.C, Angel and Firefly, among many others. She is especially proud of her work on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and, of course, on Battlestar Galactica. Jane is currently writing for the Battlestar prequel series Caprica. Join us at 1 p.m.!
The following is a chat transcript with TV critic Joanna Weiss following the finale of "Battlestar Galactica".
Tell the world what you really feel about TV. Come and talk about any show that's on your mind, as long as it's not "Two and a Half Men." See you then, MG
It's the weekly whatnot. Come on by to talk about all things TV, including but not limited to "Breaking Bad," "Big Love," "HIMYM," and the annoying fact that last night's "Lost" was a repeat. See you then, MG.
Come on by this spot at noon tomorrow, with your questions, comments, theories, and insults. Topics up for grabs include: "Lost," the inauguration, "Lost," the new Fox series "Lie to Me," "Lost," the appeal of "The Mentalist," and "Lost."
Come on by this spot at noon today, with your questions, comments, theories, and insults. There is much TV that needs discussing.
Come on by this spot at noon today, with your questions, comments, theories, and insults. The midseason is upon us, and there is much to discuss.
Looking forward, MG
Come on by this spot tomorrow, with your questions, comments, theories, and insults.
Looking forward, MG
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ContributorsKatie McLeod is Boston.com's features editor.
Rachel Raczka is a producer for Lifestyle and Arts & Entertainment at Boston.com.
Emily Wright is an Arts & Entertainment producer at Boston.com.
Sarah Rodman is a TV and music critic for the Boston Globe.
Meghan Colloton is a Things to Do and Arts & Entertainment producer at Boston.com.
Michael Brodeur is the assistant arts editor for the Boston Globe, covering pop music, TV, and nightlife.