Melanie McFarland

Melanie McFarland is Salon's TV critic. Follow her on Twitter: @McTelevision

The Force is strong with “The Mandalorian” debut, but not the glitchy Disney+ launch Melanie McFarland
Finally “Rick and Morty” is back with the inspiring nihilism we crave Melanie McFarland
CNN’s Brian Stelter reflects on “The View” venom and leaving Trump out of “The Morning Show” Melanie McFarland
A "Rick and Morty" guide to 9 essential episodes to get schwifty for Season 4 Melanie McFarland
“Jack Ryan” returns, still clinging to an outdated action movie ethos Melanie McFarland
Women come first, sexposition second in TV’s recent depictions of female pleasure Melanie McFarland
"Watchmen" creator and star: This is America's history, not just black or white history Melanie McFarland
How Fox's dismayed "news" staff can learn from the Deadspin exodus Melanie McFarland
Streaming overview: What HBO Max, Disney+, Apple TV+, and Peacock have to offer Melanie McFarland
Court TV is back in session and preparing for Weinstein Melanie McFarland
The sexual frustration of "Mrs. Fletcher" Melanie McFarland
"BoJack Horseman": Can this dark horse find light at the end of the race? Melanie McFarland
More "Misery," more problems: "Castle Rock" returns, more slippery than ever Melanie McFarland
"'Shia LaBeouf' Live," an oral history of the Internet's most bombastic meme on its anniversary Melanie McFarland
The faith of the Fox Nation: Belief in opinions trumps hope in news Melanie McFarland