Over the weekend, I wrote a column about how every network now has a hit show where the audience leans toward the geriatric, and yet very little is being done to address it. On Sunday, CBS aired the…
FX's "Justified" comes riding to the rescue, looking as rough and ready as ever.
Is it just me, or did January seem like it lasted about three months? Actually, I have the answer to that: It's just me. How busy was January in terms of new (or returning) TV programs? Here's a…
Once, CBS was a lonely island in terms of programs where more than half the viewers clocked in at 55 or older.
"What do you do when you've got studio heads that won't hire you, even though you screwed the same whores? Yet they pull you aside at a party and say that you're their hero for the things that you do…
The Kennedys are so intertwined in 20th-century U.S. history this peek proves all but irresistible.
A wildly romantic Hallmark Hall of Fame production whose finest tear-inducing efforts evoke the sentimental appeal of "The Notebook."
"Jason Priestley directs Luke Perry!" hardly sounds like an earthshaking headline, but that "90210" reunion angle is about all Hallmark Movie Channel has to offer by way of selling "Goodnight for…
The program manages to be a misnomer twice over: Nothing about the show really works, and classy it's not.
The New York Times' public editor has essentially acknowledged that his paper's article this week about the Los Angeles Times was a piece of dreck. "It's the kind of story that, given its…