Who says big networks aren't responsive to charges of racial insensitivity? After critics hammered the prototype for "Cavemen," the Geico-based series has made its primetime debut having radically…
Here's scary news for stand-up comics: On Halloween, reality TV officially graduates to beyond the point of parody.
The multi-billion-dollar question facing the TV business increasingly boils down to a fundamental choice: Pay now, or pay later?
HBO and the BBC can afford to gamble on this sort of collaboration, but stretching over five weeks simply injects too much stuffing into this character-laden souffle.
Standing head and shoulders above this fall's other seedlings, "Pushing Daisies" is whimsical, romantic, funny and visually distinctive -- such a delicate mix of ingredients, frankly, you fear for…
If comedy is tragedy plus time, to borrow a Woody Allen evergreen, there's something moderately gutsy about lampooning present-day bigotry toward Muslims within a sitcom.
After ending its first season on an operatic high, Showtime's best series is perhaps understandably low key through the first few episodes of its return, or as low key as a program built around a…
Before the onslaught of analysis judging how the networks have done with the 27 series being introduced this fall, here are three not-to-be-overlooked takes on the new TV season -- past, present and…
"Online Nation" is really just "America's Funniest Home Videos" culled from the web, but "CW Now" attempts to trump the TiVo generation by weaving advertisers into a wannabe hip lifestyle magazine.
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.