HBO and the BBC can afford to gamble on this sort of collaboration, but stretching over five weeks simply injects too much stuffing into this character-laden souffle.
Standing head and shoulders above this fall's other seedlings, "Pushing Daisies" is whimsical, romantic, funny and visually distinctive -- such a delicate mix of ingredients, frankly, you fear for…
If comedy is tragedy plus time, to borrow a Woody Allen evergreen, there's something moderately gutsy about lampooning present-day bigotry toward Muslims within a sitcom.
After ending its first season on an operatic high, Showtime's best series is perhaps understandably low key through the first few episodes of its return, or as low key as a program built around a…
Before the onslaught of analysis judging how the networks have done with the 27 series being introduced this fall, here are three not-to-be-overlooked takes on the new TV season -- past, present and…
"Online Nation" is really just "America's Funniest Home Videos" culled from the web, but "CW Now" attempts to trump the TiVo generation by weaving advertisers into a wannabe hip lifestyle magazine.
Kate Walsh and Tim Daly are adorable, separately and together. Beyond that, alas, ABC's eagerly awaited spinoff of "Grey's Anatomy" initially qualifies as a disappointment.
Men are "the new women," muses one CEO-type in ABC's "Big Shots," a peculiar reverse-stab at "Sex in the City," only from the perspective of a golf quartet consisting of four Mr. Bigs.
Credit "Dirty Sexy Money" with the best title of any new series this year — a "Desperate Housewives"-like, everything-you-need-to-know enticement, hinting at all manner of tawdry thrills.
Never underestimate the power of goofy energy, which elevates this pilot a cut above most recent "nerd as hero" concepts.