Talk about a tale of two half-hours.
Not really. But when I got this picture from GSN — touting Charlie Sheen's appearance in Las Vegas on "Drew Carey's Improv-a-Ganza," a new series premiering in March, it seemed like I ought to do…
I didn't much care for Esquire's exhaustive profile of Fox News Channel CEO Roger Ailes, which essentially tries to put him on an analyst's couch and is written in a smug, jokey sort of way. But I…
All the talk about incivility in politics brought to mind a periodic complaint registered by those in entertainment -- namely, that critics have become less civil, and sometimes outright…
For the second consecutive night, Piers Morgan allowed his high-profile guest — first Oprah Winfrey, now Howard Stern — to essentially hijack his program. Morgan was less obsequious with Stern than…
Crime novelist James Ellroy is an appropriate if eccentric tour guide for L.A.'s sordid history, beginning with his own mother's murder and his fascination with the Black Dahlia.
"Retired at 35" achieves the almost unimaginable feat of making CBS' similar "(Bleep) My Dad Says" look like a classic.
Despite some puzzling production choices, the second edition of "Pioneers of Television" is a great deal of fun, providing a warm and wide-eyed trip down memory lane. Narrated by Kelsey Grammer with…
Like a lot of people, "Two and a Half Men" co-creator Chuck Lorre deals with things that make him uncomfortable through humor. He's just better at it than most — and has a weekly vanity card at the…
A guilty pleasure that ought to appeal to the same folks who gave its predecessor a thumb's up by the channel's standards, pointing the way toward lusty escapism.