It has been nearly a decade since actor Claire Danes first appeared as CIA agent Carrie Mathison on the Showtime series Homeland. Now that the show is in its eighth and final season, Danes is feeling reflective about its run.
Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine the creators and stars of Hulu comedy series Pen15 talk about their show which captures the inescapable awkwardness and extreme emotions that come with puberty and being in middle school.
Feig is the creator of the now-defunct TV comedy series Freaks and Geeks. He's just written a new book, Kick Me: Adventures in Adolescence. Feig was an actor before moving on to writing for TV and film.
Writer for the Village Voice and The Nation Pagan Kennedy. Kennedy ("Pagan" is not her real first name) has staked out a niche for herself as a "1970's survivor and devotee." Kennedy has written an investigation of that decade, seen through its artifacts and social upheaval, "Platforms: A Microwaved Cultural Chronicle of the 1970's" (St. Martins). In the 70's she says, "we inherited this idea of recycling culture.
Television Critic David Bianculli reviews "The Wonder Years," a new ABC series. The show is an extended flashback to 1968 and the junior high school days of Daniel Stern ("Diner" and "Breaking Away"), the show's narrator, and Fred Savage ("The Princess Bride"), who plays Stern as he was in 1968.