Sarah Palin is getting a lot of attention for her videotaped "blood libel" comments on Wednesday, but the best description I've read of those remarks — and why Palin should stick to the Fox News…
Much as I love Ricky Gervais, the promo I saw a little while ago for the Golden Globes on NBC — airing on Comedy Central — struck me as odd. "I'm hosting the Golden Globes — again," Gervais begins…
More than 30 years after the original "Scared Straight!" won both an Oscar and Emmy, producer Arnold Shapiro has revived his documentary as an A&E series.
Although journalists and Hollywood talent may occasionally attend the same parties, there aren't many places where our interests coincide.
"Big Love" has had great moments in the course of its run, with the show's premise –- a polygamist and his three wives, braving suburban bliss –- providing a wonderful showcase for its top-notch…
ABC News' new president Ben Sherwood was in a tough position on Monday meeting with the collected TV press, and he did try to reassure his employees — albeit after a long pause — that there wouldn't…
FX's "Lights Out" delivers a solid medley of punches, breaking little new ground but establishing its protagonist as a force to be reckoned with.
Having made a well-deserved name for themselves on the Web, the folks at the Onion are looking to conquer television -- and off to a promising start with "Onion SportsDome."
There's nothing remotely new about "Grey's Anatomy" creator Shonda Rhimes' third medical drama except the geography.
While I have a pretty good idea what kind of reader the New York Times' Sunday Style section is intended for (and it certainly isn't me), the paper's puppy-dog crush on Bravo as the "It" cable…
While I have no idea why the History channel dropped its planned miniseries "The Kennedys," I'm virtually certain the root cause has nothing to do with the lame statement the network released: "Upon…