This tepid romantic comedy falls somewhere between a sitcom pilot and a second-tier Hallmark movie.
Variety's Michael Schneider recently asked about the lack of post-show specials related to scripted programming, a la "The Bachelor's" "Women tell all" add-ons, which essentially get additional bang…
Scan recent headlines and you'll see all kinds of ratings milestones for basic cable networks.
Caught the first half of the NCAA Finals in 3D at the Mann Theaters in Hollywood — or as CBS' announcing team for the 3D telecast kept putting it, for "the first time ever in stunning 3D." The game…
As far as Tiger Woods' is concerned, a lot of golf writers "are my friends, and will always be my friends," and there was ample evidence of those bonds during the press conference that was carried…
I've joked before that CBS Sports' Jim Nantz sounds like he's having an orgasm when he talks about the Masters golf tournament. But Nantz might have a rare personal pre-Masters party with the story…
Playboy TV has been quietly seeking ways to get into the series programming business in a more ambitious way, the latest example being "Playboy Shootout," which premieres April 3. Essentially, it's "…
Sarah Palin's Fox News Channel special "Real American Stories" caused some advance controversy by featuring LL Cool J without his permission, which was a stroke of genius, since otherwise there would…
"I want my country back," has become a frequent rallying cry among Tea Party protesters -- the anti-government, anti-taxation political movement that has emerged in the U.S.
Rich, textured and too leisurely in its gait, "Treme" won't be to everyone's taste.
Leonard Pitts has written an excellent column about how anonymous comments on the web bring out the worst in people. I agree with him — and extend that plea to cable news organizations. For years…