Jim Parsons — the fabulously talented star of CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" — gave a wonderful if slightly back-handed compliment to the people who attend Comic-Con, where the show was again greeted…
Using "Jersey Shore" as the basis for scholarly analysis is a risky undertaking, but here goes, in a treatise we'll call "The Cycle of Un-Reality."
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Stephen McPherson's resignation as head of ABC Entertainment offers an odd sort of symmetry with the flight path of "Lost," which premiered months after the executive was originally named to that…
"Plain Jane" is a perfectly serviceable unscripted "Ugly Betty."
Well, I certainly saw this one coming: "Mad Men" has stopped sending out advance review copies to critics because of concern about spoilers, such as Alessandra Stanley's New York Times preview piece…
Seeing Dee Snider dispense metal-family values proves to be an exercise in the painfully mundane.
If only all those facing financial woes could have a few sessions with motivational guru Tony Robbins.
Tony Robbins is known for many things, but to me, he'll always be the co-star of "Shallow Hal." To Arianna Huffington, apparently, he's all he claims to be, given her willingness to shill for Robbins…
I guess the headline sort of speaks for itself, but I find it hard to believe that Time's James Poniewozik can't figure out what was a spoiler in Alessandra Stanley's "Mad Men" preview. For starters…