As noted, Bravo has gone ahead with "The Real Housewives of D.C.," featuring White House party crashers (alleged!) Tareq and Michaele Salahi. And yep, based on the first episode, they're every bit as…
New York Times columnist Ross Douthat has concocted an interesting but I'm not sure convincing comparison of AMC's "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men," essentially concluding that the former's strengths…
Bravo has confirmed what we suspected all along: That so-called White House party crashers Michaele and Tareq Salahi would be featured participants in "The Real Housewives of D.C."
Apparently, I knew Lawrence O'Donnell's mind better than he did. In April, after he had spent weeks ably filling in for Keith Olbermann, I interviewed O'Donnell about the relationship between…
Chris Matthews is very much in love. Unfortunately, it's with the sound of his own voice. So when the "Hardball" host gets a chance to apply a slightly more thoughtful view to something than his…
It's become commonplace for the network morning shows to pimp for their sister units, whether it's "Good Morning America" and the Disney resorts or "Today" and Universal Studios' theme parks. So…
Maybe the producers of "Entourage" want to pretend that last season – when the boys experienced tedious pangs of adulthood – was all a bad dream, inasmuch as the summer run beginning June 27 mostly…
Docu provides an exhaustive look at the blockbuster that rewrote the rules for summer movies.
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…