Depending on how one chooses to view it, "Terra Nova" represents another attempt to do a family drama in a (very) exotic locale, or the new TV season's biggest gamble.
As muddled as its too-cute-by-half title suggests, "Suburgatory" is another one of those series with a precociously witty teenage protagonist whose narration and attitude kind of make you want to…
"Hart of Dixie" is a fish-out-of-water concept that manages to be condescending to the fish and pond alike.
"How to Be a Gentleman" is the oldest of formulas -- mismatched buddies, even being promoted as "the oddest couple" -- handled with the least amount of finesse, as a persnickety writer for an effete…
Although my review of "Hart of Dixie" isn't up yet (check local listings), I couldn't help sharing this promotional art for the series, which stars Rachel Bilson as a thoracic surgeon. That's right…
The image of stewardesses walking in synchronized step makes for an arresting promo, but this bird is a hollow shell whose pilot, anyway, never gets off the ground.
The Tuesday ratings are in, and CBS just delivered another boffo night in terms of total viewers, as my colleague Rick Kissell reports. As for the part of the audience generally sought by many…
Critically speaking, the differences between "The X Factor" -- Simon Cowell's go-it-alone talent showcase -- and "American Idol" are minor, but nevertheless significant. If anything, a preview…
Charlie Sheen tried to look contrite, even gracious as he wished the best to his former "Two and a Half Men" colleagues at Sunday's Emmys.
In hindsight, Charlie Sheen — who appears to be trying to get his life back in some semblance of order — probably ought to have passed on the Comedy Central Roast that aired Monday night. But hey…