SPOILER ALERT: Stop reading if you haven’t seen the finale of “Mad Men.” I can’t remember a “Mad Men” finale that laid quite so much track for the storylines of the subsequent season. For the show’s…
I Dont Know How She Does It
The Food Network has stuck a fork in Paula Deen. The cable channel dropped the controversial celebrity chef from its programming lineup Friday in the wake of a deposition that recently surfaced in…
Just the title "Naked & Afraid" already sounds like a ratings winner for Discovery Channel, if one that will no doubt be easily confused with latenight fare available on Cinemax. Putting the budget…
CRIX ON PIX: Variety reviewers sift through the wreckage of Zack Snyder's Superman reboot and other post-9/11 blockbusters.
A humorless tone and relentlessly noisy aesthetics drag down this heavily hyped, brilliantly marketed tentpole attraction.
As with all such carte-blanche extravaganzas (increasingly rare in this cautious Hollywood age), it exudes an undeniable fascination — at least for a while.
CBS' ambitious series "Under the Dome" is leading the charge among the broadcasters to recapture viewers and advertising dollars that have fled to cable during the summer months.
Inside the online revival of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," where production and distribution are getting a radical rethink.
A ludicrous marital drama-cum-morality play from contemporary black cinema's most prolific multihyphenate.