William Shatner returns on Dec. 6 with a second season of his interview program "Shatner's Raw Nerve" on the Bio (short for Biography) channel. In the premiere he hosts Rush Limbaugh and Regis…
Beyond the substance of his remarks at West Point on Tuesday night, President Obama deserves credit for eschewing the increasingly irritating practice of politicians using military personnel as props…
2009 offered a stellar and diverse array of dramas and comedies to consider.
Other than asking alleged White House party crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi if they were paid to appear on NBC, Matt Lauer mostly tossed puffballs at the couple in their exclusive "Today" show…
"Scrubs" has risen from the dead so many times that it's starting to resemble a zombie movie, "Night of the Living Comedy." The show resurfaces Dec. 1 on ABC, reloading with new cast additions and a…
Show seems intended for an audience more apt to live in the woods waiting for the apocalypse.
Another "Cops" knockoff but with a celebrity hook.
The reality of reality TV is that it generally rewards bad behavior. Being a loudmouthed, confrontational boor is usually the best way to get camera time. Still, crashing a White House dinner — as…
Discovery operates something called the Science Channel, and most of the time I just ignore it. There are a lot of channels out there like that. If I paid them all attention, I'd never get to sleep…
An unabashedly patriotic yarn about when an overprotective dad has to let go.