Susan Coll's novel doesn't translate very well into a made-for-TV movie.
Three unrelated stories that loosely break down as "The Good, The Good and the Bad, and the Ugly:" — HBO documentary czar Sheila Nevins is an extremely deserving choice for the Academy of Television…
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is going to need a new PR firm, with the Lippin Group resigning the account after a 12-year run.
After a lawsuit by NBC Universal, "Project Runway" makes its much-delayed debut on Lifetime on Aug. 20, and the building sense of anticipation is just terrible. Kidding! I've never made it through an…
Networks sometimes don't get enough credit (or blame) for scheduling moves and the use of summer to lay the groundwork for the fall. So hats off to CBS for the summer surge exhibited by its comedy…
The Academy's unwieldy structure and politics has gradually disenchanted industry leaders.
In case you're thinking the same thing I am, no, you are not nuts: An incredibly small percentage of the women, many of them over 50, who watch "Dancing With the Stars" give a rat's ass that former…
Although I have never been a huge fan of Seth MacFarlane's shows — the rat-a-tat, 10-jokes-a-minute animated humor has always struck me as a little too high on the "miss" end of the hit-miss equation…
A semi-raunchy stop-motion animated comedy.
On the CBS Evening News, Katie Couric closed her broadcast with a comment about the town halls, saying, "It's time for everyone to take a deep breath and to focus on the task at hand before this…
Somebody at ABC has a real fascination with Shaquille O'Neal. If only the well-traveled NBA center actually translated to reality TV. After a previous stab at primetime stardom with "Shaq's Big…