Despite the abundance of top-notch series on television, two of them -- "30 Rock" and "Mad Men" -- claimed 80 percent of episodic Emmy writing nominations last year.
Before its cancellation, the syndicated movie-review show "At the Movies" did offer one important evolution, shifting (albeit out of necessity) from a simple "thumbs up" or down to three options: See…
Best known for reruns of old series (and now some rather tawdry reality shows), TV Land's original comedy "Hot in Cleveland" -- down to the talent -- feels as though it could have been on a network…
"Unnatural History" marks Cartoon Network's next-gen push into live-action drama.
The season finale of "Breaking Bad" airs Sunday, and it's every bit as tense, unpredictable and full of moral quandaries as the show has been throughout this brilliant third batch of episodes. No…
Best enjoyed by admiring the explosions and silliness without dwelling on the skeletal plot.
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…