If Sean Hayes helped break ground on "Will & Grace," all he saves here is the TV-given right to roll out retreads.
The September Issue
"Welcome to the Family" offers precious little reason to roll out the welcome mat.
The show certainly moves into a prime piece of real estate; how long it stays could be another matter.
The idea of a 5-year-old sitting in a theater and swiveling his head between the bigscreen and an iPad just feels wrong.
Big data is commerce at its most mercenary, reducing consumer appetites to ones and zeroes in a way few artists would appreciate.
Creating a toothy vehicle for James Spader, few series can boast such a compelling central figure, even if his cryptic comments and opaque motives risk giving way to a rather familiar procedural.
A not-particularly-fresh take on "The Bad News Bears" — which already spawned multiple movies and a 1979 series — "Back in the Game" isn't without its modest charms.
The best part about "The Goldbergs," alas, comes at the very end, when we see video footage of the actual characters who inspired this autobiographical comedy. It's a link to humanity and reality in…
Ned Benson's double-whammy debut is a a curious and mostly absorbing investigation of the bust-up of a marriage as seen through the eyes of both respective parties.
The 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks is coming up — which is a good enough reason to do a lot of TV specials commemorating those events.
CBS and Tribune Broadcasting are betting big that the comedian has enough goodwill with auds to allow an 11 p.m. syndicated latenight yakker to survive in a landscape that is far more fragmented…