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.
The new drama "Heroes" and comedies "Ugly Betty" and "30 Rock" broke through into the traditionally veteran-dominated best series categories at the 59th annual Primetime Emmys. • Click here for the…
Strictly as a reality concept, TV Land's "Back to the Grind" is both misguided and a little sad, asking actors to try their hand at jobs they pretended to hold in classic series -- from Marla Gibbs…
Watching cable news the last several weeks suggests a disheartening if inescapable conclusion. The terrorists have won.
It occurred to me about halfway through Ben Silverman's executive-class press tour debut that his initials -- which I kept using to distinguish comments from those of his NBC Entertainment…
Less a game than an intentionally provocative social experiment, this British import seeks to rouse viewer passions by being the antithesis of its title -- asking an arbitrarily assembled "panel" of…
Hoping to tap into the lucrative "Blue Collar Comedy" vein, this sitcom featuring BCC member Bill Engvall is so relentlessly ordinary it feels designed for that audience longing for more episodes of…