In the past, I've joked about how among staffers at the New York Times, "Mad Men" draws roughly a 90 rating, which explains why the paper is so infatuated with the AMC series. And apparently, the new…
It's a cheap laugh line to refer to CBS' new drama "Blue Bloods" as "Magnum AARPI."
Having previously floated the prospect of becoming independent, KCET is making good on that threat and has announced that it will sever ties to PBS at the end of the year. The decision stems from a…
Docu has impressively distilled an enormous topic down to its essential building blocks.
Bravo came close to shutting one disgraceful door Thursday — airing the final episode of "The Real Housewives of D.C." — before opening another, with the latest edition of the franchise set in…
Sam Rubin gets a shout out from Deadline's Nikki Finke today, with the latter casually referring to the "KTLA Morning News" fixture as "my KTLA pal Sam Rubin." When you find out that two folks who…
OK, so I'm not only a UCLA graduate and football season ticketholder, I'm also doing a column on the side for Foxsports.com, which makes me doubly conflicted about this item. Still, I had to laugh to…
The New York Times' David Carr produced an exhaustive piece on the mismanagement and misbehavior at the Tribune Co. under Sam Zell's botched buyout. Unwittingly adding fuel to the fire, the response…
After one heavily staged episode, it's hard to imagine anyone being particularly wild about "Harry."
Religion represents such an obvious hornets' nest that television -- a medium that traditionally sought not to offend -- has been generally advised to steer clear of it. Yet as this week…