If Julie Chen leaves the show to join another project, I wouldn't make any long-range plans. Just sayin'.
If the current TV season were a baseball game, December's arrival -- the industry's equivalent of the seventh-inning stretch -- would see managers frantically signaling to bring in relief pitchers.
Star-producer Ray Romano's ode to middle-aged angst provides another reason for discerning audiences to really like Raymond, as well as his buddies.
NBC's choir competition show "The Sing-Off" returns for a second run on Dec. 6 with a two-hour episode. Essentially, the show is "Glee" without a plot, which means, come to think of it, that it's…
The channel formerly known as Headline News has announced that Dr. Drew Pinsky will be joining its primetime lineup in January, once again trumping the best intentions of its higher-profile sibling…
The days are strange, sure, but A&E's latest celebrity-driven vehicle, featuring Bob Saget, readily fits into a genre that might also be called "Strange Career Choices."
Branding has become a favorite buzzword in creative circles. Even TV programs and performers are "brands" now -- see the New York Times' ode to "Kim Kardashian Inc." -- to be carefully managed to…
The folks at the Hallmark Channel are really nice people. But honestly, I'm not sure how many more of their movies I can sit through. Thinking hey, it's the holidays, I tried to watch "Debbie…
Step right up to the roulette table, media moguls. All of you must place bets, and not to heighten the pressure, some of you are going to be proven woefully, publicly, inescapably wrong.
There's nothing more than meets the eye here, but what does appear is plenty entertaining.
Hallmark Hall of Fame's latest preholiday visit gets the most out of this heart-tugger.