How HBO’s The Last Of Us transformed Alberta into a zombie wasteland

Jason Nolan, the show’s Calgary-based location manager, shares stories from the set and explains why the province made for an ideal backdrop for the hit series

Interview: The ‘unretirement’ of Steven Soderbergh

In 2013, the versatile director said he was retiring from moviemaking. Four years later, he’s back with ‘Logan Lucky’. Here’s why.

Martin Scorsese’s ‘Vinyl’: A record we’ve heard before

The much-buzzed HBO TV series ‘Vinyl’ is a slick rock-music production that’s peak Scorsese—but comes too late

Who’s watching, anyway? TV faces a ratings crisis

TV’s ratings system is under siege and no one knows what’s popular. That may be bad news for viewers and writers alike.

Game of Emmys: HBO’s big night

Last night’s winners, losers and what the Emmys tell us about the psychology of television right now

What ‘Going Clear’ means for the decline of Scientology

HBO’s documentary about Scientology finally crosses the border into Canada. What does it say about the Church’s future?

Kim Cattrall returns to the city, without so much sex

A more reflective, wry Cattrall emerges in the Toronto-set Sensitive Skin, her first television series in 10 years

Searching for God? Turn on the TV

Television’s most profound religious explorations are on secular shows like The Leftovers

Seven ways to save ‘True Blood’ from itself

A bloodbath or two would help. Oh, and bring back Eric.

The Flat Circle: A True Detective roundtable

Jaime Weinman and Adrian Lee discuss the buzzy HBO series that wraps up its first season Sunday

What you’ll be watching in 2014

Our professional TV watcher previews the year ahead

Looking for substance in David Mamet’s Phil Spector

Jaime J. Weinman works to separate art from political awakening