There's a potentially interesting show buried within "Hollywood Treasure."
Columnist Jonah Goldberg is the token conservative on the Los Angeles Times' op-ed page, which makes you wonder if conservatives should rethink their general opposition to affirmative action…
The final season of “Friday Night Lights” premieres on DirecTV soon, and despite lackluster ratings, the high-school-set drama looks destined to march off the field in a creative blaze of glory…
All journalists are challenged in this current digital age, but few have been as abused or ill-served as those under the stewardship of Tribune Co. since real-estate billionaire Sam Zell took over…
Originally most noteworthy for its scheduling structure, "In Treatment" has continued to evolve -- from a half-hour on five successive nights to just four installments now, playing as back-to-back…
From the beginning, the football has always been the worst thing about "Friday Night Lights," and that's true of the first episode of what will be the program's final season. Seriously, must every…
Natural scientist Sir David Attenborough lends his considerable authority to a fascinating topic: What would the first life on Earth have looked like, and how did it evolve?
There's little to recommend this inoffensive if remarkably cheap-looking movie.
The term "assassination" is loaded with political implications, but it applies to "The Assassination of Dr. Tiller," a first-rate MSNBC documentary airing Oct. 25. Hosted by Rachel Maddow, the…
Yep, he quotes "Star Wars" — "Strike me down, you will only make me more powerful" — and casts himself as a Jedi knight. Or Jesus. You can never quite tell with him.
The juicy parts in Amy Wallace's lengthy GQ profile of Chris Albrecht largely have to do with sex and boardroom shenanigans: The former HBO chief talks publicly for the first time about the…