A fast-paced but extremely familiar vehicle for Jason Statham, who can only carry the material so far on his brawny shoulders.
Sebastian Faulks' "Birdsong" comes to PBS as a two-part, three-hour, stubbornly old-fashioned melodrama.
During a recent trip to Taiwan, I was struck by the fact that virtually every taxi had a live TV connection on the dashboard. For someone unfamiliar with the streets of Taipei, perhaps the only thing…
A Canadian import airing on CW, "The L.A. Complex" borrows from "Fame" and "A Chorus Line," unexpectedly emerging as one of the best things the netlet's offered in ages. It's an affectionate…
When Rich Ross was tapped as chairman of Walt Disney Studios in 2009 there were the customary gasps about a TV executive being thrown to the wolves on the feature-film side. The announcement that the…
"Firelight" is merely earnest and mildly uplifting, if wholly predictable in an especially tired way.
Essentially a limp version of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" against a D.C. backdrop, with Julia Louis-Dreyfus gamely playing to the absurdity of the situations, but yielding only modest returns.
Most people who knew of him only from "American Bandstand" and hosting "New Year's Rockin' Eve" probably have no idea what a significant figure Dick Clark was in the TV business as a producer. Clark…
Fascinating anecdotes and tidbits -- along with an undercurrent of score-settling -- dot "Top of the Rock," Warren Littlefield's memoir of his run at NBC.
Warner Bros. TV Group prexy Bruce Rosenblum said Tuesday that "we fully expect" "Two and a Half Men" to be back on CBS next season, and stressed that he wasn't going to be distracted by succession…
Even Hollywood's biggest names tend to get star-struck by politicians, in the way many become little kids around pro athletes. The currency of fame places a high premium on those capable of doing…