There's no escaping the sitcom premise -- mismatched couple who hate each other reluctantly forced to raise orphaned baby -- but "Life as We Know It" milks its formula (pardon the expression) for…
In volume and variety, there has never been a greater assortment of video programming aimed at children, sliced and diced into categories ranging from "tween" practically down to zygote.
Update: Rick Sanchez has been axed by CNN. Let's give the incoming network brass the benefit of the doubt, and say that they would have gotten rid of him anyway, simply for being inept. Personally, I…
First, it was the "Southland" ad that caused a ruckus in the newsroom, back when the Los Angeles-based police drama still aired on NBC, by resembling a front-page news story. Then it was the "King…
Anderson Cooper joins the parade of candidates to fill the syndication void that will be left by Oprah Winfrey, although I don't exactly understand the strategy — or Cooper's thought process in doing…
Not long ago I did a sit-down interview with Arthur Gardner, the producer who — with partners Jules Levy and Arthur Laven — gave us such memorable series as "The Rifleman" and "The Big Valley." I'm…
To Tony, with love. That's the rough concept underlying "Teach."
The poorest decision pertaining to "Todd Margaret" was the one to greenlight it.
Now, stay with me on this. In the premiere of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," which Bravo was kind enough to send out a month in advance, Kelsey Grammer is still together with his wife…
Watching the California gubernatorial debate Tuesday night was an eye-opening experience as a TV showcase — and one, I swear, that wasn't filtered by the prism of politics. Whatever you might think…
Slick and sleazy -- capitalizing on its locale with all the requisite L.A. stereotypes.