Video games are now being patched for problems after they are released, which makes reviewing them difficult. NPR's Arun Rath interviews Chris Kohler of <em>Wired</em> about how to keep game reviews relevant.
The host of<em> The Soup</em> co-stars in the thriller <em>Deliver Us From Evil</em>. "I felt like a 12-year-old getting to be in an action film," McHale tells Terry Gross. <em>Originally broadcast June 30, 2014.</em>
After six seasons on the FX network, <em>Justified</em> ended Tuesday. "What a triumph," says critic David Bianculli who adds that he loved the finale's "touches of grace" and "emphasis on character and tone."
Forget<em> Big Brother </em>and <em>Real Housewives</em>. Local governments and nonprofits are starting to capitalize on our unquenchable thirst for reality programming — in the form of bird nest cams.
Indie animation king Bill Plympton's latest feature, <em>Cheatin'</em>, tells the loopy love story of Jake and Ella, and how their perfect romance fractured. Reporter Jon Kalish visited Plympton in his studio.
Mulgrew played Captain Janeway on <em>Star Trek: Voyager </em>and is a formidable kitchen manager on <em>Orange Is the New Black. </em>But her personal story is more dramatic than any she's ever played on screen.
HBO's <em>Game of Thrones,</em> <em>Veep</em> and <em>Silicon Valley</em> all start new seasons Sunday. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says these three shows just might form the best Sunday night lineup on television this spring.