This "Cops" with a feminine touch sometimes leaves you feeling sorry for the perps.
The arcane details of the latest Emmy flap -- the one about "time-shifting" nearly a third of the on-air categories -- shouldn't obscure its symbolic significance.
Given the challenges we all face, print journalists should take no pleasure in the misfortunes of colleagues at this point. But any way you slice it, this has been a bad week for the TV coverage at…
"How'd You Get So Rich?" feels ill-timed and tacky, while "Make My Day" possesses a goofy charm.
Forgive this second-hand account, but I don't normally go to the TV Critics Assn. Awards, since I'm not a member and — being based in Los Angeles — don't stay at the hotel. So I was amused to hear…
Traffics in distasteful stereotypes and features a manic staff incapable of dealing with any stress.
Clearly signaling that its affiliation with the New York Times is yesterday's news, Investigation Discovery (or ID for short) rolls out yet another reality program designed to tap into the…
Both the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times are reporting about a supposed truce between Fox News Channel and MSNBC brokered by top News Corp. and General Electric executives. Although I've…
"Bollywood Hero" awkwardly stumbles over an assortment of cliches.
There's broad consensus in media circles that the TV business needs to evolve in order to survive.
For years, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has waged an internal battle to determine the direction of the Emmy Awards: Are they a showcase to honor excellence — that is, the best in…