One year and two convictions later, "Frontline" revisits the Los Angeles riots in search of why, and leaves with an obvious answer: L.A. hates itself. But a bigger question arises as viewers watch…
Don't wake the kids for Showtime's late-night skin skein "Red Shoes Diaries." It's pure adult entertainment. In this episode, "Just Like That," producers strip away the image legal secretaries are…
CBS should pick up some wind in its ratings sail this week with "Adrift," a middleweight thriller pitting two couples in a death fight aboard a disabled ship. Vidpic is weighed down by similarities…
There's no new ground broken in "A Tale of Three Cities," but the introduction to TV viewers of a few up-and-coming leaders of black America is enough to keep it from being buried in superficial…
Correspondent: Pat Harvey.
The ever-plotting, parent-manipulating Parker Lewis returns as late season filler in what has to be a difficult timeslot for Fox, but this topsy-turvy, sometimes surrealistic sitcom gets an "A" for…
Daring and funny as it shatters TV's taboos, Fox's "In Living Color" continues to forge cutting-edge comedy. Wasted airtime on musical numbers, though, is robbing viewers of precious time during the…
The decline of Western Civilization is reaffirmed with MTV's newest animated offering, "Beavis and Butt-head."