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.
Well cast, with a sturdy central presence in Jimmy Smits as the adopted son handed the keys to the kingdom, "Cane" yearns to be "Dallas" with a salsa flavor, providing an early test of the Eye web's…
Unfortunately, the series makes scant use of its undead hero's abilities, while burdening him with a clunky Raymond Chandler-style narration that mercifully subsides slightly in the second hour.
Those who said "yes" to "Good Luck Chuck" doubtless did so emboldened by visions of "Wedding Crashers" -- a hard-R romantic comedy with a matrimonial hook.
If TV was once an adhesive that helped hold a diverse society together, the signs keep coming that audience fragmentation has produced the modern media equivalent of the Tower of Babel.
Testing the limits and logic of time-travel and alternate realities, "Journeyman" zaps onto NBC's schedule with a hunky lead ("Rome's" Kevin McKidd") and a confounding pilot, one that raises…
"Now it's time to judge for yourself," the announcer rumbled at the outset of "Kid Nation," the CBS reality series that became such a media hot potato this summer the network ultimately opted to hide…
"Chuck" possesses modest charm, impressive stunt work and a mildly appealing reluctant hero. NBC has wisely positioned the show adjacent to "Heroes," where this slick but shallow hour should have a…