In the premiere of the Hub's new "Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot" series, one of the bears sneaks up behind an enemy and lops off his leg with an axe. Oh wait, sorry, that was "Game of Thrones."…
Today's column deals with what a lousy job networks, and even many mainstream newspapers, do in conveying why they make decisions to cancel programs like "Harry's Law" or discontinue the "Jesse Stone"…
As amusing as it is to poke fun at older people watching (or clapping on, heh heh) "Harry's Law" and "Jesse Stone," the anger unleashed by the decisions to end their runs exposes a serious point.
When is it OK for CBS to look a lot like Animal Planet or Discovery? Right after Memorial Day, naturally. Enter "Dogs in the City," a breezy summer fill-in CBS will unleash May 30 at 8 p.m.…
It's the usual "Jersey Shore" wannabe, only situated on different but even less-authentic shores.
Given the current fascination with Snow White -- including two re-imagined movies and the ABC series "Once Upon a Time" -- the major TV networks can draw some comfort from their continuing status.
The eighth "Jesse Stone" movie, "Benefit of the Doubt," will be the last produced for CBS, its producer confirmed.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences board has approved the formation of a reality-TV peer group, recognizing the genre's growing presence in the TV landscape.
The six-hour "Hatfields & McCoys" has a certain grungy intensity, a la "Deadwood," but also features arid stretches, and too many supporting characters who register so sparingly you barely get to…
An overlong period piece that's earnest and handsome, true, but strangely inert, and perhaps because Ernest Hemingway's larger-than-life persona is so familiar, frequently feels stilted and cliched.