Well, we've lost another great one — writer-producer Leonard Stern, who died at the age of 87. Stern is best known for working on such shows as "Get Smart," "The Honeymooners" and "McMillan and Wife,"…
The blessings of new media are so readily accepted and embraced that anyone who tries to even tap the brakes on their advance often begins with an apology, lest they risk looking like a fuddy-duddy.
Scott Pelley made his debut as anchor of "The CBS Evening News" on Monday night, opening with extensive coverage of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and closing with a heart-warming piece…
Wow, something called the Broadcast Television Journalists Assn., a newly formed partner to the Broadcast Film Critics Assn., just announced a new made-for-TV awards honoring television, the Critics'…
The scant resemblance to the 1985 relic starring Michael J. Fox is a serviceable addition to MTV's nascent scripted efforts.
Older people are once again flexing their muscles at the ballot box, sending politicians scampering for cover at the mere mention of tampering with Medicare.
The news of James Arness' death triggered a number of happy memories, only a few of them associated with his signature role, as the square-jawed marshal Matt Dillon on "Gunsmoke." Famously…
An inherently marketable premise, ABC Family's "Switched at Birth" becomes the formula for a surprisingly compelling drama.
Awkwardly mixing real-life testimony and archival footage with gauzy reenactments featuring many intense closeups of the actors, "Surviving D-Day" is finally worthwhile more for what it's about than…
There's perhaps no bigger crapshoot this summer than "Green Lantern," the Warner Bros. release featuring the DC Comics character, starring Ryan Reynolds as the intergalactic superhero. Perhaps that's…