Chalk it up perhaps to truncated prep time, but the strike-threatened Oscars yielded a sleek and workmanlike telecast.
Think of "Amnesia" as a kinder, gentler version of Fox's "The Moment of Truth" -- a gameshow that mines a contestant's personal trivia for laughs, with the player amassing cash based on details he…
Like "Lost's" stranded survivors, the sitcom has been awaiting rescue -- and, indeed, a strange confluence of events is providing a small window to gain a semblance of momentum. The question is…
Without presuming to go toe-to-toe with political pundits in their arena (or dare imply that repeated screw-ups somehow diminish their credibility), a career spent covering television has led to an…
It's hard to decide what was the most irritating (if not downright disturbing) aspect of NBC's latest reality hodge-podge -- the hyperactive, shrieking kids or the over-caffeinated, shrieking parents.
NBC didn't make this movie revival/backdoor pilot available in advance, and on that score its instincts were right.
Squabbling over Internet revenues was at the heart of the writers strike, but it was squabbling on the Internet that contributed to the vitriolic tone and rhetoric flung about during the dispute that…
Can a pay cable serial killer find happiness after being nipped and tucked to occupy a strike-opened hole on CBS?
Slick but extremely slim, "Jumper" seemingly attempts to heed the advice of its teleporting protagonist, who at one point suggests a trip to Rome that will "skip all the boring parts."
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.