The inspired choice of Ricky Gervais to host the 2010 Golden Globes soured last year, when the multifaceted star's "fearless insult comic" persona prompted him to go beyond his debut in irreverence…
Well, that wasn't so bad, was it?
Andy Serkis has made a name for himself playing apes of the giant and genius variety, as well as a misshapen Middle Earth monster obsessed with a ring.
"Unsupervised" is the latest variation on sex-obsessed teenage losers, conceptually easy to confuse with MTV's "Good Vibes" or, for that matter, "Beavis and Butt-head."
"Lost Girl" proves unexpectedly fun -- a sort of diluted version of "True Blood," about a Succubus coming to grips with her own lethal attributes and origins.
"Alcatraz" concocts a fantastic premise with a dense mythology that essentially creates a procedural -- namely, rounding up a couple hundred long-missing inmates, which in theory (and in success)…
It's been seven years since "Napoleon Dynamite" became an unlikely indie film darling, and unless you've been watching the DVD with regularity in that intervening span, Fox's new animated version -…
Two top-notch, under-appreciated cable dramas make their return on Jan. 17, in an unfortunate head-to-head pairing that — if there's any justice in TV land — ought to have DVRs working overtime…
Unlike some A-list TV producers, the unifying elements characterizing John Wells' series aren't always readily apparent.
Bill Moyers returns to public television beginning this Friday in a new program, "Moyers & Company," which bears all the hallmarks of his earlier work for PBS. Except the show actually won't be on…
Journalists at the TV Critics Assn. tour were indignant that CBS didn't originally schedule an executive session with them. Then the network relented, albeit at 8:30 a.m. Since I won't be there this…