There's an inherent problem with reality TV — namely, that most of it doesn't feel very real. The Catch-22 is that for something to feel truly real, it often has to feature people who aren't…
Pay television is increasingly discovering the value of visiting strange and exotic worlds. And no, that isn't a reference to Baltimore or New Orleans.
Overflowing with prestigious British talent and a lusty story tailored to the pay-TV palate.
Leslie Moonves sat for an interview with Variety's Peter Bart on "In the House," his Encore talk show about the movie business, which premiered Thursday and repeats July 18. The CBS CEO had some…
Everyone is looking for an interactive angle to stand out at Comic-Con. I can't tell from the announcement whether Showtime has completely accomplished that with "Dexter Game On," but based on the…
Syfy has a new Thursday reality block, and one of the additions premiering Thursday (along with "Fact or Faked: The Paranormal Files," reviewed here) is a series about psychic Mary Occhino, described…
Pitched as "Jennifer Love Hewitt plays a mom turned hooker," this pic pretty much sells itself.
Telepic is saddled with a story that makes most Disney Channel fare look like "Masterpiece Theater."
There are all kinds of signs that an actor's career has seen better days, but my new favorite giveaway is those who turn up recounting eerie tales on "Celebrity Ghost Stories," the Bio channel series…
AFTER YEARS OF SILLINESS, the Federal Communications Commission's futile efforts to shackle and penalize fleeting instances of indecency on television has, at least temporarily, hit the fan.
A fairly straightforward, non-sniggering look at unorthodox tastes, conditions and couplings.