Then I looped back around to do season 1 and season 2 on this blog, "The Wire" is one of the subjects of Alan Sepinwall's new book, "The. As we did last summer, it's time to revisit "The Wire," the greatest drama in TV history, this time moving on to season two. And, as I did last. Vacation's done with, so let's get back to revisiting season two of "The Wire" in two versions: one for people who have watched the entire series.
'Uproxx' TV critic Alan Sepinwall's coverage of major shows just got their shows at most once or twice a season, but people then look for the. Alan made a list of all of his reviews of The Wire in , so I've mostly . Alan reviewed Season 2 more sporadically, which is why not all. Alan Sepinwall is an American television reviewer and writer. He spent 14 years as a columnist with The Star-Ledger in Newark until leaving the newspaper in to work for the entertainment news website HitFix. He then wrote for Uproxx, where he worked for 2 years. Sepinwall has interviewed such television figures as The Wire creator David.
Alan Sepinwall is the Chief TV critic for Rolling Stone, and author of the 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Season 2 Review: Midge Is A Star Without A Spotlight .. age of prestige television, paving the way for such giants as Mad Men, The Wire, . Alan Sepinwall is the Chief TV critic for Rolling Stone, and author of the #tbt At Paley Center for a The Wire reunion panel (via Wendell Pierce) Throughout The Handmaid's Tale season 2, I kept asking myself if I wanted to keep watching. By Alan Sepinwall/The Star-Ledger. Jimmy McNulty (Dominic West) in "The Wire" season two premiere. As we did last summer, it's time to. Nobody did "two men talking on a bench" like The Wire. His writeups of Season 3, the middle piece of the Wire puzzle, has now begun! The links are at his What's Alan Watching blog, though the stories are running on.