If a marketable concept could ever trump execution, it's "First Love, Second Chance," a TV Land series that resonates mostly because the channel's boomer audience can easily putty-in the gaps.
Another one of those scintillating documentaries that give grown men an excuse to cry.
The Publicists Guild's annual luncheon is March 5 (it's traditionally the Friday before the Oscars), and at the risk of self-indulgence, here's an explanation of why I won't be there, as much as I…
Miniseries seems weighed down by an obvious desire to trumpet its importance in all caps.
Given how steadfastly TV chases youth, NBC's agreement with AARP — which also happens to reunite the "Today" show and Jane Pauley — is something of a breakthrough. Here's the announcement: AARP AND…
"The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" ran another brilliant dissection of Fox News Channel on Wednesday night, this time largely at the expense of daytime anchor and rising star Megyn Kelly. As Stewart…
David Letterman conducted a fairly substantive discussion about the healthcare and automotive industries with Mitt Romney on Tuesday night. Jay Leno allowed Sarah Palin to whine about being…
In my youth, everyone wanted a doctor like Dr. Kildare or Marcus Welby, M.D. A bit later, mom coveted the care doled out at "Medical Center," though much of that had to do with Chad Everett's dreamy…
Jay Leno's second stint as host of "The Tonight Show" began on Monday, and to the surprise of no one, the new (kind of) show looked a whole lot like the old one. Then again, Leno never wanted to…
A breezy, inexpensive approach to comedy that brings to mind the panel shows of yesteryear.
Once again ensuring that the interviews will be limited to "Who are you wearing?," ABC's Oscars pre-show has tapped "The View's" Sherri Shepherd, Kathy Ireland and Entertainment Weekly's Jess Cagle…