Showtime returns for seconds, and they're pretty sloppy -- a breezy but uninspired half-hour.
There's something stomach-churning about "Final Witness," an ABC docudrama produced by ABC News alum Rudy Bednar, which extensively uses actors to replicate grisly crimes, and features the murder…
Once you get past the title, these real (or not-so-real) ex-housewives don't have much to say or do, which leads to staged activities, like going for vaginal-rejuvenation treatment.
The mixed blessings of our technologically connected world include advancing a trend Monty Python might have lampooned as the Bureau of Silly Interactivity and Meaningless Polls.
See, this is where CNN can really drive you crazy. The network has produced a perfectly fine and important documentary, "Voters in America: Who Counts," which — its grammatical problem…
"Twenty Twelve" is a decidedly modern, dry-as-a-shaken-martini BBC mockumentary about the organizing committee for this summer's Olympics in London.
Say what you want about "The Newsroom," but Aaron Sorkin's new drama has brought out the best in parts of the TV critic community. If that seems like a small point, it really isn't. Critics are…
The absurdly bombastic score does most of the heavy lifting; otherwise, this is a harmless exercise in false advertising, since the show at best qualifies as a mediocre escape.
Let me confess that I wasn't familiar with Chris Crocker before watching "Me @the Zoo," but after sitting through this 86-minute HBO documentary, I'm not sure I'll soon forget him. Crocker –- a youth…
Reading the New York Times' perfectly respectable feature on the influence of "Fox & Friends" — the morning-show safe haven for all things Republican — I couldn't help but think, "Is it even worth…
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…