OK, so there was a technical glitch, which provided a little comic relief. That wasn't a major blight — or even the worst part – of the Winter Olympics opening ceremony, to which NBC devoted a…
As America deals with fallout from bad loans, the major networks -- flush with a surge of tune-in for big events -- must again contemplate the value of "borrowed audience."
Anything that brings Gervais into homes more frequently is welcome, if not necessarily, as the Brits say, brilliant.
At first I didn't put much stock in the item on the New York Times' The Carpetbagger blog that the disappearance of "The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien" and "The Jay Leno Show" had constricted the…
What E. and the guys might be doing if Vince hadn't made it as a movie star.
The second episode of "Lost" was a slower-moving affair than the two-hour premiere, with precious little learned about the new "Others" harboring several members of the original cast and an…
Proves eminently watchable in an extremely commercial, popcorn-movie kind of way.
Already well established as an astute observer of TV news, Jon Stewart turned a satirical eye toward various Internet sites last week -- catching them with their hyperbole up and their pants down.
Toward the end of its first season, when "Save the cheerleader, save the world" achieved catchphrase status, "Heroes" seemed poised to become the next "Lost," picking up the mantle of serialized…
It's a little fuzzy why TV Guide Network would devote an hour specifically to "Precious," other than that the movie is a Lionsgate release, and the channel is controlled by Lionsgate. But then again…
Ah, Super Bowl Sunday. America's national holiday of gluttony. And of course, a chance to sit around the TV and chew on one of the most divisive hot-button issues in America, abortion. For all the…