Extremists are called extremists for a reason. No religion has cornered the market, sadly, on inspiring the occasional lunatic to behave like a psychopathic nutball in its name. Still, Fox News…
Several years ago, Lachlan Murdoch strode the floor at the NATPE convention like he owned the place, which at the time he sort of did.
As so often happens with reality shows, "Same Name" is a cute idea lacking the heft to sustain its premise.
The Discovery Networks made a slew of announcements about upcoming programs today, so I figured I'd pull them together into one big item. — Animal Planet announced a special titled "Heidi Fleiss…
Once breezy, bouncy and mindless fun, "Entourage's" last and latest seasons have sought to dig deeper to achieve more depth, and come up empty.
Allen Sabinson certainly had a good run in Hollywood. He oversaw movies and miniseries for ABC, programming for A&E, even served a stint (not very happily) at Miramax. But the wheels spin and leave…
"Murdoch & Son" made its TV debut on Tuesday morning. The show shouldn't be confused with "Sanford & Son," the American version of a U.K. series about a junk man and his kid, though one can be…
Show falls victim to "Dawson's Creek" syndrome, where the kids all talk like college professors, and the adults are blathering boobs.
While the project had its devotees in its original form, the first four legs of a 10-episode flight feel stilted, claustrophobic and only fitfully amusing as stitched together for Showtime.
Oh, "True Blood." Swoon, sigh. Yawn, groan. A bit more yawning and groaning this season, actually. Now that I've seen three more episodes (six in all) prior to this weekend's fourth hour, it's…
Chris Rock used to do a very funny routine about Michael Jackson. "Another kid?" he would ask in exaggerated disbelief, the underlying premise being, "Weren't accusations of molesting one bad enough?"