OK, We're making a judgment call: We officially don't give a damn any more about the the Royal Wedding. Congratulations, WE, TLC, Oxygen, Bravo, TV Guide Network, Lifetime, and the assorted news…
Looking a bit like an opportunistic commercial enterprise, PBS stations will do a little bit of piggybacking on HBO. On April 23, HBO will premiere the movie "Cinema Verite," based on the landmark…
In the name of fiscal responsibility and recognition of our changing times, here's a serious thought: Let's transform the 2012 Republican presidential primary into a reality TV show.
"Sports Show WIth Norm Macdonald" premiered on Comedy Central on April 12, and the first eight minutes — with the former "Saturday Night Live" "Weekend Update" host riffing on the sports weekend…
A fairly nondescript if inoffensive sitcom that begins with an attention-grabbing moment but then descends into a familiar assortment of 30-ish types looking for love.
Being a moderator is an utterly thankless task. If the panel or interviewee has a lot to say, it's because they were scintillating and witty. If the event is a snooze, it's because the moderator…
Westeros, a mythical land of seven kingdoms where dragons once lived is full of plotting, intrigue and fractious families on all sides, resonating beyond fans of George R.R. Martin's novels.
Mark Cuban possesses anarrogance one might expect from a self-made billionaire, but the Dallas Mavericks owner is never shy about speaking his mind, and has publicly given voice to a conversation…
Reiser stars as a happily bored, married father of two boys, idly living in a big house and disconnected from Hollywood in a show similar to the likes of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Seinfeld."
There have been reports that Meredith Vieira might be leaving the "Today" show, and after this week, it certainly looks like it's time for her to get back to hosting gameshows. First, Vieira sat on…
In the "Law & Order" system, cops and prosecutors are expendable. They change jobs. They die. And they usually do it pretty quickly so we can get back to that week's ripped-from-the-headlines case…