The sale of Newsweek amid serious financial losses raises an interesting question about the newsweekly — namely, how did that commitment to having its writers and correspondents become regular…
CW's Canadian TV import is a breezy, pleasant surprise.
NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker gave an interview to the Wall Street Journal, in which he was asked about NBC's problems developing hits in recent years. "I think we didn't have the right management…
Occasionally, the New York Times or another big East Coast media outlet lets slip that it is in some respects the bastion of cultural elitism that such enterprises are regularly accused of being…
Since I won't be getting any more "Mad Men" screeners in advance after this one, let me simply say that the second episode — airing on Aug. 1 — has more going on than almost any installment of the…
Here we go again -- foreigners streaming across the porous U.S. borders, with funny accents and strange manners, taking jobs that once belonged to God-fearing Americans.
ABC announced that new entertainment president Paul Lee will be appearing at press tour on Sunday morning, which means that he will be able to answer almost no questions except in the broadest…
Lifetime will premiere an independent feature, "Within," on July 31, representing an interesting if rather odd fit for the cable network. A spooky if low-key horror flick that's part "The Sixth Sense"…
Unlikely to be a huge hit but should develop cult credentials.
If you watched any of Discovery’s “Planet Earth,” you’ve already seen that memorable footage of Great White Sharks leaping all the way out of water to snag tasty seals. Still, it’s one of those…