Producers Steven Bochco and David Milch's creation didn't revolutionize television — at least, not in the way many foresaw.
Lest those "Fifty Shades of Grey" protestors forget Charlie Hunnam's day job, "Sons of Anarchy" returns, so big and boisterous even the customary episodic length can't contain it. Each of three…
Oh "Dexter," you've had a good run, especially given the high capture and incarceration rate for serial killers (heck, most CBS procedurals seem to catch one a week). But now it's all ending, and if…
Overall, HBO led the CCTAs with 21 nominations, followed by FX with 19
All of Jimmy Smits' considerable charisma can't come close to making a convincing case for "Outlaw."
Snarling comedy about social graces devolves into a more primal state of belligerent self-interest.
An impassioned yet prosaic fact-based melodrama.
It’s that annual time to reflect on what worked on TV over the past year… and what didn’t. Here is my personal list. BEST "Mad Men"This intricately woven tale of 1960s ad men’s work and home lives…
Posted by Kathy Lyford Showtime’s "Dexter" winds up its third season on Sunday. Dexter’s taken care of his little problem with his first real friend, Miguel Prado, who betrayed him. But he’s left…
Season Pass’ next Q&A is with "Dexter" showrunner Clyde Phillips. We are accepting questions now. I discovered "Dexter" during the interminable WGA strike, when CBS aired less-graphic versions of…
Well cast, with a sturdy central presence in Jimmy Smits as the adopted son handed the keys to the kingdom, "Cane" yearns to be "Dallas" with a salsa flavor, providing an early test of the Eye web's…