With "White Collar," USA looks dressed for success.
"Lock 'n Load" is a reality show lacking a point of view that fires one big blank.
Docu traces the group from pre-TV origins through its movies and eventual disbandment.
Pulls few punches in conveying the lingering misfortune and corruption associated with the Iraq adventure.
For those willing to succumb to the movie's odd little world, it's not without its charms.
Can “The Simpsons” really be up to “Treehouse of Horrors” No. XX? Egads, where did the time go? The 20th edition of the show’s annual Halloween episode will air Oct. 18, and to put the half-hour in…
Every so often a press release crosses your desk that helps explain a lot about the kind of series that cable programmers order — or at least, why I recently had to sit through something called…
"Jay is doing fine," the comic's new NBC boss, Jeff Gaspin, told the New York Times this week regarding "The Jay Leno Show" experiment.
Coming off his Emmy and Tony-hosting stints, Neil Patrick Harris — star of stage ("Rent"), screen ("How I Met Your Mother") and web ("Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog") — turns up in an unlikely venue…
The New York Times is the latest to weigh in on the White House's public efforts to de-legitimize Fox News Channel as a credible news source (Time magazine had an earlier piece), instead approaching…
Late October is arguably the best period of the year in terms of the sports calendar: Baseball is actually exciting thanks to the playoffs, pro and college football are in full swing, and basketball…