Stuart Levine has been covering television and film for Variety since 1998. He writes about both the Emmy and Oscar races in excrutiating detail and is always willing to offer his opinion on who’ll win and why. Before joining the showbiz ranks, he was a sportswriter for the Los Angeles Daily News, taking in everything from high school football to horse racing, one of his longtime passions. In his limited spare time, he can be found watching "Deadwood" reruns on TiVo or heading off to his next Bruce Springsteen concert. And, when his wife permits, playing golf and/or poker with the fellas.
2007 World Series of
Poker – There’s nothing sweeter than a nut
30 Rock -Gimme more Kenneth.
60 Minutes -Wouldn’t be Sunday night without
American Idol -Wake me when it’s time for the final
Big Love -HBO’s underrated champ.
Morning -Best music profiles on
Enthusiasm -I love hearing Susie
Damages –Who thought Ted Danson could be such a great bad
Entourage (Less "Medellin," more Ari.)
ESPN’s the Sports
Reporters -What’s with Mitch Albom’s
Grey’s Anatomy -Would like to see it get back up to former
House -Hugh Laurie is great, but show feels stagnant at
How I Met Your
Mother -21st century comfort
Lost -Damon Lindelof for President.
Mad Men -Who is Don Draper?
My Boys -First-season charm quickly fading.
The New Adventures of
Old Christine -Wildly
Interruption -A little Kornheiser goes a long
Real Sports With
Bryant Gumbel -Great in-depth
Rescue Me -Used to love it, now watching it feels like a
The Shield -I’m still mourning Lem.
Shootout -Great insight into the biz.