The only real difference between "Cashmere Mafia" and ABC's already-on "Women's Murder Club" is the lack of murders.
The latenight talkshows sign on again this week and, as is so often the case, Johnny Carson's shadow looms large over them.
Near the end of this four-part documentary, it's noted that TV "isn't curing cancer," which must have come as news to the producers.
Marking its 30th year, the Kennedy Center Honors effortlessly achieves the celebratory tone to which most award shows can only aspire. This year's edition of the honors, invariably a mixed bag in its…
Corner a doctor, lawyer -- hell, even a forensic criminologist -- and they'll cite chapter and verse about the dramatic liberties that movies and TV shows take with their professions.
French brothers Jules and Gedeon Naudet happened to be shooting a documentary about New York firefighters that became "9/11," the riveting, landmark CBS production.
Holiday specials have been kicking butt ratings-wise this year, perhaps as a temporary antidote to everything else that's happenings in the world.
Aside from one glaring blemish -- the wholly unnecessary practice of using dramatic re-creations to replicate the protagonist's salacious recreations, like cavorting with strippers in a hot tub…
In the spirit of the season, the following is an open letter to readers of the Drudge Report. . .
A bit like "American Idol" on speed and laughing gas, "Clash of the Choirs" promised viewers "a competition like you've never seen before," which comes pretty close to false advertising.