The story is heavy-handed but finally registers its main point with conviction.
Execs at CBS and NBC are in an uncomfortable position. The volleys from David Letterman at Jay Leno keep getting nastier, and Leno has felt obliged to jab back. And that might actually be good for…
David Lee -- part of the creative trio that launched "Wings" and "Frasier" -- left television when the latter finished its run in 2004 and has scarcely looked back, finding a nifty second act in his…
This is the kind of program that must be watched with close attention paid to the small details.
William Morris Endeavor likes to boast about how the agency represents more than 50% of the major networks' primetime lineups. When you throw that kind of weight around, however, one of the…
Set in the world of legal associates, 'The Deep End' doesn't do much more than skim the surface.
The Golden Globes are a zoo organizationally in the best of times, but throw a little rain into the mix, and yikes, what a mess. Shuttles to the hotel after the show required an interminable wait…
A poor man's Sacha Baron Cohen, Brit Marc Wootton invades Los Angeles in his new Showtime series.
Crude yet breezy, the series has plenty of awkward charm.
Works so hard at being inspirational it's tempting to throw used hankies at the screen.