People sure are concerned with Girls for a time when television is full of objectionable content — terrorists, gigolos, Bill O’Reilly, etc. For better or worse, Lena Dunham’s comedy has garnered a ton of attention since its premiere in April 2012.
Movember may be over, but the gentlemen of Whisker Wars
(10 p.m. Fridays, IFC) won’t be shaving their bodacious beards and
sensational ’staches any time soon. The beardos are back and, for a
second season, this oddly entertaining docu-series gives viewers a
glimpse at the world of competitive facial hair.
Last year’s FX breakout American Horror Story surprised audiences while weaving sexy and scary storylines into one addicting series. So how do Ryan Murphy and his crew top such a sensational season? By creating a new frightening format altogether.
After six action-packed seasons, even a show about a sociopath in sheep’s clothes can get stale. Thankfully, this season, things are taking an
interesting turn as Dexter must “break code” and share his secret with a
significant character — and the implications are hefty.
Despite being marketed as a violent testosterone fest, Sons of Anarchy (10
p.m. Tuesdays, FX) features a cast of strong characters and a storyline
that is oddly relatable, making it far more than just a gritty dude