Friday, March 25, 2016
Comedian Garry Shandling died yesterday. Jason Lynch assesses how Shandling changed TV with HBO's The Larry Sanders Show, Todd VanDerWerff explains his importance to TV, and Matt Zoller Seitz remembers him as one of TV's great artists. Jeremy Enger offers a remembrance, and Tim Goodman outlines Shandling's legacy. James Poniewozik looks back on The Larry Sanders Show. Matt Roush offers an appreciation. Hank Stuever marks Shandling as a cringe comedy pioneer, and Les Chappell considers how he changed TV.