"Two and a Half Men" producer Chuck Lorre used his latest vanity card, as usual, to vent his spleen (quite humorously) about something that was bugging him. Based on the material, he appears to be…
Years ago Tom Shales wrote a scathing review bashing NBC in which he said (and I'm paraphrasing here) that if you wanted more terrible shows, "NBC has done it again." Courtesy of NBC's ever-eager…
For all the excitement that comic books generate when they become live-action movies, the more natural fit can be found in the form of animated TV series — a space where the synergistic Time Warner…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Graced with impressive action but generally a bore between battles.
This is kind of interesting: Fox News' website features a carefully cropped version of GQ's photo spread of daytime anchor Megyn Kelly, leaving off all the real estate below the neck that the actual…
The fight over 24-hour cable news' negative impact on journalism is hardly new, but recent rounds have been fierce -- with past and present industry heavyweights trading blows.
Intermittently amusing and surely interesting, "Lebowitz" falls victim to the classic faux pas of overstaying its welcome.
Update: Roger Ailes has issued an apology for using the term "Nazi" in reference to National Public Radio, though he hasn't made his remarks any less intemperate, substituting "nasty, inflexible…
While my heart goes out to Eva Longoria, let's just say it's hard to imagine many people are shocked by tabloid rumors that the handsome NBA superstar to whom she's married might have cheated on his…
Despite admirable aspects, it's a less-than-magical history tour.
Louis Menand's history of the latenight wars in the New Yorker is a really good read, much of it going over Dick Cavett's fascinating stint as a host. But there's a particularly insightful passage…