With VH1 having carved out a lucrative niche chronicling the nonscripted (if heavily staged) antics of the once-famous and notorious, it's not much of a surprise that its foray into comedy would be…
Given the number of self-proclaimed psychics parlaying their "gift" into cable programs, there's something decidedly refreshing about British import Derren Brown, whose mentalist routine is part…
If somebody had to make a "Simpsons" movie, this is pretty much what it should be -- clever, irreverent, satirical and outfitted with a larger-than-22-minutes plot.
With NBC bringing up the rear in the ratings, a plaintive cry went out for a young showbiz maverick named Silverman to help a singed Peacock network re-store its feathers.
This show feels about as staged as the genre gets. Come to the Parker for the nonsense only, and leave reality behind.
Television loves the inherent drama of trials but chafes against the complexities of the law, which is why the intriguing "Damages" -- an FX drama starring Glenn Close -- both warrants a second look…
The title is the only thing that's simple about "Saving Grace," a dark, mesmerizing drama anchored by Holly Hunter's delicious star performance.
In theory, a snarky, nightly half-hour devoted to entertainment culture makes considerable sense for E!, but in "Chelsea Lately," the network has gotten the idea right and the talent wrong. A poor…
The two-hour premiere of "The Kill Point" exhibits considerable promise -- a taut if invariably familiar standoff, with John Leguizamo clearly savoring his big "Attica!" moments and Donnie Wahlberg…
The same day Ron Meyer told the New York Times that Universal's film operation should be judged based on profitability, not market share, the studio chief's colleagues at NBC echoed that philosophy.