Garnished with a mini-mystery and web-friendly component, this series has a modest chance to catch on.
Percy Rodrigues, who lent his booming voice to the "Jaws" promo campaign and appeared on TV shows including "Peyton Place," died of kidney problems Sept. 6 in Indio, Calif. He was 89.
"The War" reps Ken Burns' return to the battlefield, and he comes away with a major victory for PBS.
I know I’m supposed to dislike "Viva Laughlin," since that’s the popular opinion that’s been spreading around town for a couple of months. And those who don’t think it’s very good can make a…
There isn't a single subtle joke in this newsroom comedy, from the weather girl's heaving cleavage to the 26-year-old news director's sweaty armpits. Still, Kelsey Grammer and Patricia Heaton are…
Spoiler warning: If you haven’t watched Thursday’s "Mad Men," read no further. We may have witnessed the first truly brilliant moment of the 2007-08 television season with the pitch-perfect end to…
News Corp. topper Peter Chernin has urged British TV chiefs to adopt innovative, risk-taking strategies and embrace new media — or risk extinction.
After a summer of uncertainty at BBC Films, David Thompson is leaving as head of the pubcaster's movie arm to set up his own production company.
There's something a little nutty about the way CBS Home Entertainment is tubthumping next month's DVD release of "Jericho."
This just in — "Anchorwoman" is dead, yanked by the network after one airing that drew ratings lower than Lauren Jones’ neckline. Just think of how this messes will all those office betting pools on…
Broadway producer and part owner of the Palace Theater Stewart F. Lane is getting into children's theater by way of public television.