With all the superheroes muscling into theaters, there ought to be room for a few caped crusaders on TV.
Today's column deals with the way the media/political landscape has changed since Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected California's governor seven years ago. (Oh, and one addendum: Alec Baldwin…
Few programs on TV are as unabashedly trashy as "Californication," the Showtime comedy starring David Duchovny as a self-destructive writer as adept at screwing up his personal life as he is at…
When Arnold Schwarzenegger became governor seven years ago, his election was viewed as something of a novelty -- and at least in political circles, a bit of a joke.
CBS has to be laughing its corporate ass off, having managed to "borrow" from Fox twice - with one program.
Pretty damn funny — especially for Brian Williams' reaction.
"Southland" is back, and happily, unconstrained by recent headlines showing a marked decline in homicides in the Southern California area. There's always room for another first-rate copshow, and the…
If Showtime has specialized in high-concept moms -- Pot dealer! Multiple personalities! Cancer! -- its latest dad is harder to pin down.
"V" was a border-line call on renewal, and probably wouldn't have earned another season if ABC had gotten any of its other first-season dramas to work. But the early second-season episodes that begin…
Given that some Southern politicians seem motivated to recast the Civil War in heroic terms — a battle for states' rights against an oppressive federal government, never mind the whole slavery thing…