CBS' Sean McManus sounded indignant over criticism that networks no longer cover the globe well.
A dishwater-dull rock doc about teenage band 1000 Robota.
An offbeat three-part "Masterpiece" production that's interesting, but never wholly satisfying.
Keith Olbermann's hiring could chart a new path for Current TV, and based on its first scripted live-action series, "Bar Karma," such an orchestrated shift — in almost any direction, frankly — would…
You see some pretty awful things in this job. Terrible things. The kind that make you want to cry, or choke down an entire package of Fig Newtons in despair. Still, few lately have approached the…
Before Super Bowl XLV fades too far in the rear-view mirror, a brief thought about advertising featured during the game -- and how the mostly uninspired spots paralleled the worst, most cynical…
You are entering a spoiler-free zone. The "Friday Night Lights" finale on Feb. 9 runs a little over 60 minutes, and for those who have suited up for five years of this terrific series — kept alive by…
Sean McManus might be the nicest guy in the world, but it always seemed strange putting him in charge of CBS News in addition to his responsibilities overseeing CBS Sports. Yes, I know Roone Arledge…
Few constructs are more intoxicating to actors -- and potentially stultifying to audiences -- than the two-character play.
Picking up one of this year's "Modern Family"-inspired mini-trends, the show possesses an irreverent charm and concocts some truly wacky situations.