For anyone who's ever dreamed of watching "Prime Suspect" reenacted by Bratz dolls.
Neo-soul troubadour wasted little time establishing a brazenly babymaking mood.
TBS' first foray into animation focuses on a family of demons sent to pass as humans on Earth.
The best of intentions are scuttled by a muddy constitution and an unclear sense of purpose.
So innocuous and retro-minded it could have easily found a place on ABC's "TGIF" lineup circa 1994.
Tunes featured on Fox's 'Glee' may click on the small screen, but when translated to stage the conceit becomes little more than a frantic.
Pic largely succeeds as a handsomely mounted showcase for Queen Latifah.
Unimaginative camerawork and an exceptionally narrow focus.
Tennessee-bred megastar Kenny Chesney becomes the first country singer to get his own 3D showcase.
Coachella organizers couldn't have dreamed up a more appropriate closing night headliner than the Gorillaz.
Lacking in the boldfaced stars and elusive once-in-a decade acts of Friday and Sunday, Saturday's show would have likely been the most sparsely attended under the old rules.