About as efficiently produced as a show can be.
Like its mythical night-prowlers, once "Blood" sucks you in, its attraction is difficult to resist.
Fox's "Glee" finished its wild, uneven, maddening, convulsive, periodically wonderful first season on Tuesday night, and I confess that when the cast broke into a rendition of "To Sir, With Love" —…
In Showtime's new comedy discussion show "The Green Room With Paul Provenza," it's suggested that Richard Pryor "ruined three or four generations of black comics."
When a TV show is hot, other media will do just about anything to piggyback on its success. Hence the "True Blood" tie-in cover that Playboy is running this month, cleverly timed to the show's…
Although I seldom indulge in "recommended viewing" notes, as a UCLA grad and basketball fan, I consider it a public service passing this one along in the wake of legendary coach John Wooden's death…
There weren't five better hours on U.S. television in 2009 than the BBC America telecast of "Torchwood: Children of Earth," a miniseries that represented the third flight of episodes featuring John…
As far as I can tell, the New York Times' Manohla Dargis thought that "Sex and the City 2" wasn't very good (agreed), that the first movie wasn't much better (agreed), and that the series also had…
The season finale of Fox's "Glee" on June 8 will mark a sighting almost as rare as Bigfoot. . .
UCLA basketball coaching legend John Wooden died Friday at the age of 99, and as a longtime Bruin fan, I have no way to be objective about this. But thinking about it, one of the most impressive…