Encore's "Method to the Madness of Jerry Lewis" plays more like a belated valentine than an examination of the comic's career, one that expunges any of his missteps.
The Wall Street Journal headline pretty much said it all: NFL: The League That Runs TV. Yep. And there are consequences to that. NFL owners have demonstrated one thing: They've got a product they…
HBO's programming-quilt philosophy means individual programs needn't attract a particularly wide audience.
Cheerful stupidity can be harder to master than it looks, which is about as strong an endorsement as there is for "Impractical Jokers," TruTV's latest stab at attracting the predominantly male…
Brian Williams at least should have known better. Monday's "Rock Center" featured the kind of piece the show said would be its calling card: A report by Ted Koppel — his first for the program — on…
As textbook cases of corporate timidity go, it's hard to top Lowe's' classic over-reaction to a letter-writing campaign regarding the TLC show "All-American Muslim." Put simply, in trying to swat…
Beware: There are spoilers in this post. Pity the season finale of "Boardwalk Empire." The penultimate episode was so good, the payoff — while still outstanding — felt like a bit of a letdown by…
While their politics might be polar opposites, Fox News shares one trait with the Cold War-era Kremlin.
For all his success in print, quality TV versions of King's work remain as elusive as definitive proof of the beyond.
"A Game of Shadows" has the significant advantage of featuring Holmes' preeminent adversary, Professor Moriarty, as played with reptilian charm by Jared Harris.