"The Big C" returns for its second season on June 27, paired with "Weeds." The older series is certainly well named, if only because the show's almost impossible to kill. As for its newer companion, "…
Impressive as travelogue, perhaps, but reduced to empty stereotypes in terms of the 13 competing trios.
Understandable cult commodity Down Under has moments of goofy charm, and benefits greatly from Elijah Wood's vulnerability as a suicidal slacker.
Slightly darker than most USA fare, "Suits" follows the channel's pattern well enough, but breaks down when it comes to fulfilling the whole "Characters welcome" slogan.
The first three episodes of "True Blood's" fourth season are eventful enough that any attempt to review them would be filled with spoilers. So in lieu of that, here are some general impressions of…
The Arclight Cinemas in Sherman Oaks has a lobby display commemorating Hollywood's comicbook summer. Yet as this year's onslaught of adaptations marches on, a sobering possibility is emerging that…
The stunts live up to the "look at the crazy crap people do" billing.
Variety's Peter Debruge has already weighed in favorably on the HBO documentary "Hot Coffee," which premieres June 27, and becomes even more timely in light of the Supreme Court's decision curbing…
"As I was saying…." Keith Olbermann quipped, by way of introducing his new version of "Countdown" Monday night on Current TV. But "new" doesn't really apply here in any form. After all, why reinvent…
It's a low-key, well-acted pilot, where characters tend to speak wearily in hushed, sleepy whispers.
Taken on its own terms, this eight-part series has its moments action-wise, but the soapier elements mostly fall flat.