No broadcast network would touch "Louie" with the proverbial 10-foot pole, and for FX, that might be the strongest endorsement of all. Having made its bones in drama, the channel has struggled to…
The summer opening of Disney's Cars Land and Universal Studios' Transformers 3D attraction have put a new spin on an old saw about books turned into movies.
"It's the show they didn't want you to see," the narrator said at the opening of ABC's "The Glass House," leaving viewers who haven't been following the business section or trades to wonder just…
Like a latter-day Lucy and Ethel if they got pregnant out of wedlock, talked about their periods and dropped F-bombs with abandon, "Snooki & JWOWW" strike out on their own, the best-suited of the…
Hey parents: If you're nervous about shipping kids off to college, here's a whole new problem to consider: Ghosts. No, really. Syfy channel's new series "School Spirits" — which premieres June 20…
In hindsight, the great "The Killing" ruckus of summer 2011 looks more than a little bit silly, as the snail's-pace police drama moved at breakneck speed by its standards to resolve the "Who killed…
"Baby Daddy" is as stale as an old Diaper Genie, a series of poopy one-liners, powdered with little "Aw"-inducing moments of heart.
If the Good Lord really does help those who help themselves, TV Land has likely done just that with "The Soul Man."
If only everything in this limited series were as compelling as its unlikely leading man.
Aaron Sorkin writes like he's trying to save America from its basest impulses. He can't, and it's alternately fascinating and irritating to watch him try.
Sometimes it's helpful to hear how the sausage gets made — in this case, my latest column, about whether HBO is becoming perceived as a "liberal elite" network. I wrote the column after watching "The…
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