Jay Woodruff

EW.com's Jay Woodruff and Annie Barrett go point/counterpoint on the finale's jarring fade-to-black ending
Random House announces pub date for Charles Frazier's ''Thirteen Moons''
Why the Paul Newman-Robert Redford classic needs to be kept sacred
Two Entertainment Weekly writers take sides -- one to defend and one to discredit Frey's literary legacy
Network executives, television producers, and others discuss the fallout resulting from Janet Jackson's Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction, and its effect on the upcoming TV season
Six months after Nipplegate, the networks and the FCC appear headed for new collisions
Though fiction, ''Old School'' picks up -- in its themes and brilliance -- where the author's acclaimed memoir ''This Boy's Life'' left off
Battles scenes, a love story, and outer space strangeness should be just fine for the younger crowd
By generalizing about an entire ethnic group, the self-proclaimed King of All Media is turning himself into a joke, says Jay Woodruff