Show has an inherent sweetness; the cautionary flag would be a penchant for cheap fat jokes.
"Raising Hope" employs an outlandish setup, but there's a charm and irreverence to the show.
"The Defenders" is breezy but lacks much of a payoff.
Show earns its title: Lots of frantic running in this fast-paced hour, but it quickly loses steam.
If Hollywood didn't exist, conservative activists would probably have to create it.
The new half-hour is so pallid and disappointing.
A strange sitcom, inasmuch as its best moments are serious, not funny.
Once you get past the recessionary premise, series is a fairly standard, occasionally sweet comedy.
"Undercovers" sort of picks up where "True Lies" left off.
There are several interesting factoids in the most recent TV universe data from Nielsen, but the one that caught my attention in light of the new season beginning is this: U.S. DVR penetration as of…
Heavy-handed ABC comedy plays like "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the '00s."