Remember the cheerful "This Is Your Life?" Fox's "The Moment of Truth" is its calculated antithesis -- a feel-bad hour devoted to screwing up relationships rather than celebrating them, which…
It's not just whether you win or lose these days, but how well -- and how much -- you gab about the game.
The network formerly known as Court TV finds a program right in its wheelhouse with "The Real Hustle," which essentially plays like a magic show with a semi-educational consumer-protection hook.
Oprah Winfrey has her own TV show, her own magazine, her own satellite radio channel, her own production company, hell, even her own presidential candidate. In hindsight, her own TV network seems…
More interesting structurally than in its execution, this HBO series represents an intriguing experiment designed to capitalize on the pay channel's ability to slice and dice a five-nights-a-week…
The liberating power of a fatal diagnosis underlies the movie "The Bucket List" and, to a less ostentatious degree, this AMC series -- offering a breakout role to Bryan Cranston, while not quite…
Given the alarmist hysteria that surrounds Internet predators -- a TV news staple used to scare parents into watching -- "Frontline" brings welcome restraint to "Growing Up Online."
The joy that comes from hearing the bouncy theme song again soon subsides in Cartoon Network's lame-brained new "George of the Jungle," which trades on the Jay Ward classic's name but exhibits none…
A savvy TV reporter (yes, there are still a few of those) wanted a cut-to-the-chase assessment of the writers strike: "Who's winning?" he asked.
And the loser is ... NBC News. The network's tumultuous attempts to cobble together a stop-gap resolution to the writers strike-disrupted Golden Globes telecast exposed the news division's pliability…