Mixing and matching old and new in a manner befitting a semi-centennial, the Grammys continue to somewhat unevenly feel their way into the "American Idol" era.
"Change" is always a powerful sales pitch, but as a good rule of thumb be wary of politicians, mortgage lenders or showbiz execs bearing "We must change the way we do business" promises.
"Jericho" literally started with a bang, and if these seven episodes turn out to be its last stand, then the show is going out with one, too.
The story of Doris Duke comes outfitted with all the requisite bells and whistles: An obscenely rich tobacco heiress who mysteriously left control over a vast fortune to her meticulous Irish butler.
Henry Louis Gates Jr. is an author, Harvard professor and director of the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research, and after watching his sequel to "African American…
Nick Jr. is understandably proud of the precedent-setting elements within this preschool series -- the first to regularly feature Mandarin words and phrases, as a bilingual Chinese-American girl…
For republican operatives, the scene last week at the Kodak Theater provided a true Kodak moment.
Sunday's marquee match-up proved obligingly competitive -- but enough about Coke vs. Pepsi. America's national celebration of advertising gluttony for once couldn't overshadow the game. . .
The lure of Matthew McConaughey shirtless for extended stretches doubtless has some marketing value, but after that, "Fool's Gold" offers small compensation.
Could gray become the new green? Faced with a tightening economy and audience fragmentation, showbiz is seeking fresh ways to "monetize" viewers. And with the battle for younger audiences more…
Nothing in "Welcome to the Captain" is particularly fresh, but there's nevertheless a genial charm to this CBS comedy.