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The Wire, as told by Biggie Smalls' "10 Crack Commandments."
Celebrating the legacies of a rapper and a show many consider the GOATs in their respective fields.
James Ellroy opens up about how he hates pretty much everything there is to hate in the world, including the world.
VIDEO: Watch what happens to this dancing Spanish lady when she drastically underestimates the size and power of an oncoming wave.
A spiffy new opening credits for the Fayette Mafia crew featuring an infectious new tune from the three sisters of Haim? OK.
A collection of barely memorable characters from otherwise memorable series: The Ann Veals of Modern TV.
David Simon will go from Baltimore to New Orleans to an Ireland pub.
Telltale Games is apparently doing more than just 'Game of Thrones' for HBO. But what?
One day we'll finally coax David Simon out of his shell a little.
"I highly recommend you do not buy this collection, and I highly recommend you do not ever watch the Simpsons, because it is awful."
Season 5 may not have been The Wire's greatest season, but don't blame Marlo Stanfield for that.
Sir Ian McKellen can add 'homeless' to his resume after several mistook him for a vagrant during a break from rehearsal in Melbourne, Australia.
Phone has been comparing various TV shows to all-time great rappers. It's a very good use of Twitter.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/bb-s5-key-art-590.jpg"></a>Words by <a href="http://www.twitter.com/alecbojalad">Alec Bojalad</a> Breaking Bad just finished the best final season of any classic TV drama ever.
UNDRCRWN had me at "hello" the moment their press e-mail said they were merging basketball, classic hoop film moments and fashion.
Hot Delivery, anywhere on Altar, guaranteed!
Haim's "The Wire" music video has nothing to do with HBO's "The Wire." But it could!
A look back at the most shocking deaths in television drama over the last 15 years.
Words by <a href="http://www.twitter.com/alecbojalad">Alec Bojalad</a> After two-plus seasons of murder mystery disappointment from AMC's The Killing*, other networks have perked up and realized "hey, it shouldn't be too hard to do this better.