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…
Rob Schneider's questionable appeal will be put to the test in "Rob," a series said to be loosely based on his life, about a guy who marries a stunning, considerably younger Latina and inherits her…
Occasionally, a thought permeates the cultural ether and causes media elites -- often belatedly -- to simultaneously notice some trend or big idea.
ABC News Prez Ben Sherwood rejects traditional "hard" and "soft" news labels, and if I was in his shoes addressing a bunch of reporters, I'd probably do the exact same thing. Speaking at the TV…
Scott Pelley, Bob Schieffer and a whole host of venerable CBS correspondents turned up on the debut of the new "CBS This Morning," which certainly didn't reinvent the wheel in terms of morning shows…
People have traditionally been able to "ooh" and "aah" at big-money sports contracts and TV rights deals with cool detachment, as if the salaries paid star point guards or fees extended to football…
"The Fades" is a murky supernatural comedy-drama, where yet another adolescent wallowing in angst discovers his own Very Big destiny.
Some viewers will doubtless stumble upon "Finder" thanks to its timeslot, but based on the premiere, there's not much here worth seeking out.
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