Based on a true story and starring former anorexia sufferer Tracey Gold ("Growing Pains"), this tale of a teenager pulled back from self-willed starvation is presented vividly enough to send any…
Crime drama by Ellen Weston, based on a true case, gives Ann Jillian, as Corrine Kaczmarek, a good shot at a semi-scary mystery, and she comes through with honors. The flat spots along the way, also…
The names may have changed but the stories seemingly remain the same, as MTV again taps into the consciousness -- or in some cases the unconsciousness -- of Generation X-ers who share their views on…
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America's Got Talent
America's Got Talent1Rating: 2.5 Share: 8 Viewers (Millions): 11.4 Network: NBC
Big Brother2Rating: 2.3 Share: 8 Viewers (Millions): 6.9 Network: CBS
Dancing With The Stars
Dancing With The Stars3Rating: 2.1 Share: 7 Viewers (Millions): 12.3 Network: ABC
The girls aren't the only things wayward in this uninspired reworking of the AIP cult fave, "Reform School Girls," as the telefilm veers too close to parody and strays too far to be believable.
Thrown for a 100-yard loss when Fox grabbed its treasured Sunday afternoon/early evening football coverage, CBS comes up with another fumble with a vidpic series based on Canada's phenomenally…
CBS looks to have a hot property with Eileen Heckart as the definitive mother-in-law of the Buchanan family.
The new Bill Cosby mystery series, created by David Black and William Link, debuts with a trio of killings, lightweight characters, cases full of holes and an affable Cosby as forensics expert Guy…
Scripter Richard Rashke won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage (in the Georgia Gazette) of the actual case on which "Justice in a Small Town" is based; but lackluster pacing and an overall sense of…
The best thing about this new one-hour syndie series is that it's suggested by James Fenimore Cooper's uncorrupted natural man, Natty Bumppo, sometimes known, among other things, as Hawkeye. If the…
This teen murder story, based on a real-life, mid-'80s incident in Orinda, and adapted from a Rolling Stone article, is grippingly told, rippling with social undercurrents.