A wild acid trip of a show, where monsters casually live alongside ordinary humans in New York City.
For the past few days, my inbox has been flooded with impassioned pleas to "save" the gay couple on the daytime soap "One Life to Live," played by Brett Claywell and Scott Evans. "Please give us fans…
I had a couple of pithy jokes about this, but then I decided the announcement pretty much speaks for itself (although that old saw about how "In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king" comes…
Timothy Olyphant delivers an unabashed star turn in this one.
Ah, March Madness and the NCAA basketball tournament -- TV's ticket to hoops heaven. The buzzer beaters. The blocks. The boredom. Boredom? As basketball announcer Marv Albert might say, "Yes!"
Former New York Times editor Howell Raines asks a fair question in the Washington Post — namely, "Why haven't America's old-school news organizations blown the whistle on Roger Ailes, chief of Fox…
Show's timely premise possesses more pop than the actual episodes.
By devoting two hours to the premiere, NBC risks exhausting "Minute's" 15 minutes of fame that much faster.
"Sports & Weather, Crime, Fluff Dominate L.A. TV News," was the headline of a USC Norman Lear Center study issued Thursday, which won't really come as news to anybody who has tried watching local TV…
Treats a sensational topic in a spare and thoughtful way.
So "ripped from the headlines" that there's ample "Today" show footage speckled throughout.
- Oscars Producer Says She Wouldn’t Want Anyone but Jimmy Kimmel to Host 90th Academy Awards
- Jude Law on ‘The Young Pope’ and How Global Politics Could Shape a New Season
- Cannes 2017 Lineup Is High on Auteur Intrigue, Low on Safe Awards Bets
- John Ridley’s L.A. Riots Documentary ‘Let It Fall’ Aims for Oscars Over Emmys