“Who Do You Think You Are?” was given a second chance by TLC after NBC cancelled the series last year, and now it looks like the unscripted family history program has become a new mainstay on cable…
Another Brick In The Wall
Ricky Gervais has earned a well-deserved reputation for comedic fearlessness. Which makes the creative brick wall he and collaborator Stephen Merchant ran into on "Life's Too Short," their second…
To anyone who has been around the block a few times with Stephen King miniseries, "Under the Dome" — which CBS is shrewdly scheduling as a summer fling — has all the familiar trappings and initial…
Simon Cowell has meted out his share of criticism as a judge of musical talent. So hopefully he can endure some leveled at him in hastening the descent of "American Idol," whose ratings decline &mdash…
Steve Harvey wakes up every morning at 4. He showers, eats a piece of fruit, grabs some coffee and immediately goes to studio to record his radio show from 5-9 a.m.
As Scandi directors go, Niels Arden Oplev couldn't be hotter. After putting his stamp on "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," the Dane has what appears to be his pick of projects. So why follow it up…
The battle for post-2013 cable rights to the Los Angeles Dodgers appears to have been won by Time Warner Cable, according to a published report.
Covering a broad swath of liberal economic theory in brisk, simply stated fashion, "Inequality for All" aims to do for income disparity what "An Inconvenient Truth" did for climate change.
A time-travel twister that pits a ruthless hit man (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) against his future self (Bruce Willis), "Looper" marks a huge leap forward for Rian Johnson ("Brick").
Timing is everything in the world of Guns N Roses. From the oft-ridiculed span it took to create the ultimately disappointing "Chinese Democracy" album to Axl Rose's curfew-busting, occasionally…