Unexpectedly quirky legal show is playful, silly and wholly unpretentious.
There's a lot of questionable entertainment journalism out there these days, but I'm not sure I've seen a piece more filled with ridiculous statements than the Los Angeles Times' Sunday Calendar…
In addition to a billion dollars or so in assets, Oprah Winfrey has built up major reserves of goodwill with her adoring audience.
While a little tinny in the execution, at least the series exalts the hard work of crafting pop hooks.
Although VH1 bills "Single Ladies" as a romantic comedy, this hourlong show is really a soap -- basically a scripted version of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."
Welcome to this week's exercise in irresistible-fat-joke TV, courtesy of Lifetime and "Jersey Shore" producer Sally Ann Salsano.
MSNBC's Ed Schultz has apologized for calling Laura Ingraham a "right-wing slut," as he should. But his comments reflect a fundamental problem with the wild west of talkradio that seems to have…
In the end, "The Oprah Winfrey Show" finale on Wednesday was perfectly calibrated: No guests. No fireworks. Not even any ostentatious giveaways. Just Oprah, sharing the stage she's dominated for 25…
The major networks just hosted another upfront week, and once again there was an uninvited guest.
To paraphrase an old song, "You picked a fine time to leave me, 'Law & Order.'" NBC came to rely so heavily on "Law & Order"-branded shows during the Zucker years that the inevitable fading of the…
Not surprisingly, most of the headlines today regarding Gabriel Sherman's lengthy piece about Roger Ailes are devoted to the anonymous contention that the Fox News Channel CEO thinks Sarah Palin is…