Series mixes the hard-bodied cheerleading of "Bring It On" with the politics of "Showgirls.'
While many are looking ahead to new season, television biz is also awash in wave of nostalgia.
This promising newcomer more closely resembles "Alias" than its ostensible namesake.
Tone of series is reminiscent of an indie film, dragging auds through nuanced twists and turns.
There are days when I let myself feel a little better about the future of journalism. Then I see a link like this one, about Ellen Pompeo's toes, on TMZ.com, and I want to crawl back under the covers…
The U.S.' Hispanic population continues to grow faster than any other ethnic group, as reflected in the latest Nielsen Media data on household estimates for the new TV season. According to the…
"Synergy" has become a dirty word at times, especially since Sumner Redstone got it in his head that breaking up CBS and Viacom was a brilliant idea. Still, as Variety's Cynthia Littleton reports…
A sobering lecture on the Middle East as well as an interesting exercise in multimedia.
Vanity Fair is out with its latest 100 Most Influential power list, which only serves to remind us how idiotic and pointless such exercises usually are. When you put Johnny Depp ahead of Brian…
There's only so much space available for one of my regular columns, but the latest — about the tough choices facing the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in negotiating a new TV deal for the…
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