Melanie McFarland

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

We love Paul Rudd, even in his unremarkable new Netflix show “Living With Yourself” Melanie McFarland
Trump treated the Dunns like characters on reality TV, with grotesque results Melanie McFarland
USA’s Bourne spinoff “Treadstone” feels retro and exactly what’s needed today Melanie McFarland
"The Terror: Infamy" twist ending: humanity wins, as long as we don't forget our sins Melanie McFarland
"Succession" ends its second season with a killer instinct Melanie McFarland
Unlike "Fast Color," "Raising Dion" may be an industry underdog tale where the little guy wins Melanie McFarland
The all-new "Nancy Drew" is progressive and hooking up, y'all Melanie McFarland
The stealthy politics of "Finding Your Roots" Melanie McFarland
How can "Saturday Night Live" parody a farcical administration? Melanie McFarland
Unhinged melody: "Mr. Robot" puts a grim holiday bow on its endgame Melanie McFarland
How One America News sells an altered reality to voters who dream of wealth Melanie McFarland
"The View" receives Hillary and Chelsea Clinton with uncharacteristic bipartisanship Melanie McFarland
From fat bears to "Nature": TV displays our complicated feelings about the natural world Melanie McFarland
With "Bob Hearts Abishola" and "Sunnyside," sitcoms are showcasing the immigrant's story Melanie McFarland
The impeachment party is in full swing with the media as its unprepared host Melanie McFarland