Returning for a strike-abbreviated second season, "The Riches" has become a bit of a high-wire act, mostly for the better.
The idea that we never really outgrow high school is hardly new, but Judy Greer's quirky vulnerability as the embodiment of this stunted emotional development helps elevate "Miss Guided" slightly…
Erik, shocked by the loss of Joel, interviews that he's going to try lying and backstabbing now. Congrats, Erik, on finally figuring out that you're playing a game based on manipulation and deceit…
Women love the bad boys, so Lifetime obliges them with this fact-based tale about a woman not quite married to the mob.
Publicity-maven-turned-documentary filmmaker Dan Klores' ode to basketball players and coaches from historically black colleges and universities is obviously a labor of love, but at four…
It is always interesting to see how "Idol" will stretch what is essentially a five-minute show into an hour. And by interesting, I mean lame.
This exceedingly handsome Tom Hanks-backed production is grand in its scope and intellectually uncompromising, representing a you-won't-see-this-anywhere-else endeavor that pay TV increasingly…
In the first episode, we are bombarded with a whole bunch of names and personalities, all of whom explain how they completely different from past personalities and why they will win. But guess what…
What an episode! Fights, failures, freakouts, forgetting lyrics and the Fab Four!
Nobody seethes any better than the irascible Lewis Black, so credit Comedy Central with harnessing all that combustible force into the foundation for a series, as opposed to just the occasional…
Add to "Cashmere Mafia" and "Lipstick Jungle" the have-it-all heroine of this Fox series, which stirs in fertility issues and strained family dynamics to birth a wholly uninspired test-tube comedy.