"First Sunday" will test just how starved for entertainment that audience is, as they are forced to muddle through a near-claustrophobic comedy that manages to be both predictable and preachy. Solid…
"Why is this happening again?" a 15-year-old John Connor (Thomas Dekker) mutters near the outset of this Fox series, proving that while he might by the future leader of a rebellion against murderous…
The awards season increasingly seems to break down into polar extremes. The Oscars, a race that this season is unusually wide open, raise an intriguing question: Is there a happy medium between art…
Don't do that again, Jay. That was the official message from the WGA to Jay Leno -- you can't write jokes for yourself without breaking the guild's strike rules because NBC is a struck company.
The return of the three later-night programs already reveals the rough shape that latenight will likely assume in the weeks ahead, as writer-less Conan O'Brien and Jimmy Kimmel at times awkwardly…
The near-orgasmic enthusiasm of TV critics hasn't brought "The Wire" the respect it deserves from award voters or the public, and given that the final season incorporates a devastating look at…
The only real difference between "Cashmere Mafia" and ABC's already-on "Women's Murder Club" is the lack of murders.
The latenight talkshows sign on again this week and, as is so often the case, Johnny Carson's shadow looms large over them.
Near the end of this four-part documentary, it's noted that TV "isn't curing cancer," which must have come as news to the producers.
Marking its 30th year, the Kennedy Center Honors effortlessly achieves the celebratory tone to which most award shows can only aspire. This year's edition of the honors, invariably a mixed bag in its…
Corner a doctor, lawyer -- hell, even a forensic criminologist -- and they'll cite chapter and verse about the dramatic liberties that movies and TV shows take with their professions.