A predictable dose of hijinks in a beachfront setting to while away hot (or boring) summer nights.
In media terms, the first casualty of a tragedy like the mass theater shooting in Colorado is any sense of perspective.
Critics saw the first four episodes of "The Newsroom" before weighing in with their mostly negative assessments (including my own), so Sunday's installment marked the first one I was seeing at the…
Every two years, regardless of what else might be happening at NBC, the company has been able to deliver a hopeful message about the underlying strength of its business, resting on the pedestal of…
As nostalgic summer alternatives go, producer/director/co-writer Kevin Burns makes an offering you shouldn't refuse.
The tragic events in Colorado at a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" — with a gunman shooting more than 70 people — will produce the inevitable outpouring of coverage. Of those lines of inquiry…
Every year the Emmy nominations produce wild conspiracy theories about orchestrated snubs and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' hostility to one program or genre. This makes the academy look…
A pair of 20th-century period dramas, ''Mad Men'' and ''Downton Abbey,'' will vie to make history at the 64th annual Emmy Awards, based on nominations announced Thursday.
If the usual media mantra is along the lines of "Out with the old, in with the new," a few emerging bastions are daring to embrace the past.
The show's stock assortment of characters does save time by telegraphing practically every joke. After viewing three episodes, last call couldn't come soon enough.
Not to sound cranky, but for the 20th-some-odd time, I'm going to drag my ass out of bed while it's still dark on Thursday to report on the nighttime Emmy nominations. So on behalf of everyone on the…