Having engaged in a 2008 stunt in which they swapped duties with the producers of "CSI," the "Two and a Half Men" team might again face the thorny question of how best to dispose of a body.
Norman Lear has written a new sitcom that would focus on older people, under the working title "Guess Who Died?," derived from a familiar question uttered as senior citizens skim the obituaries.
Amid a week of rants in which he almost seemed to create his own language like Jodie Foster's character in "Nell," Charlie Sheen stumbled onto a rather profound truth in a "Even a blind pig…
"The Sopranos" is over, but Steve Schirripa can't escape the old neighborhood. So the former co-star pops up talking about mobsters — or rather, heavily recreated stories about them — in "Nothing…
Dear handsome critic: I was watching NBC's "The Event," and then it went away, and now it's coming back with a two-hour episode on March 7. Should I give it another try? Signed, Al Terego Dear Al: I…
A psychological thriller so crazily tawdry it has "(really) guilty pleasure" scrawled all over it.
For television research, think of this as the best and worst of times.
Twenty years after Rodney King's beating by LAPD officers was captured on videotape, CNN offers "Race and Rage — The Beating of Rodney King," a disappointing one-hour special that turns out to be…
While the playful banter has its moments, the characters aren't strong enough to set off any alarms.
Show keeps to a feel-good formula with no time to explore the causes of poverty or any larger issues.
Celebrity sells, so forgive Animal Planet for its subgenre that might be called "Famous People and the Weird (but Not Unnatural) Stuff They Do With Animals."