Think of show as "How I Knocked Up Your Mother ... Who Decided to Keep the Baby."
This sobering look at urban strife at times plays like an infomercial for the pol.
This solid-and-safe entry appears to be right in the network's sweet spot.
CBS' latest dramatic brand extension really amounts to a lazy way of promoting a buddy-cop procedural.
It's an intriguing, mind-bending concept that's mostly well executed.
There's an inherent cynicism that makes "Cougar Town" a particularly unpleasant place to visit.
ABC's adaptation of John Updike's novel-turned-movie does conjure up some interesting possibilities.
Show is more notable for its cast than anything coming out of their mouths.
Comedy deftly serves up laughs on multiple levels -- from understated one-liners to grand sight gags.
Christian Slater leads a team of volunteers who seemingly have nothing but time on their hands.
Not to be premature, but this Sunday's Emmy awards are off to a good start. Alright, I doubt very many people are counting down the seconds to the ceremony the way they are on the website emmys.com…