No, TV is not going to the dogs; it's the humans that are screwing things up. As much as people love their pooches, there's something beyond silly about shoehorning them into a master-mutt reality…
If "John Adams" was something of an expensive misfire, HBO nails the target with "Generation Kill" -- a raw, gritty, so-real-you'll-forget-it's-drama miniseries from "The Wire's" David Simon and Ed…
Not every "American Idol" finalist realizes it yet, but the post-broadcast tour is an extended audition that's just as important as the first go-around that landed them in the money on the Fox TV…
The only shame regarding Ted Koppel's documentaries is that more people don't see them. This may be the unfortunate fate of Koppel's uncompromising four-part examination of China, which eschews…
Except for Luke Perry, the cast of this Hallmark Western seems culled from the Ed Wood school of acting, resulting in a movie that's almost bad enough to be good.
ABC Family's latest original drama wants to be a slow-motion version of "Juno" but settles for being an obvious, stereotype-laden teen soap, albeit more "North Hollywood, 91607" than the story of…
The close-knit fellas of Spike TV's "Factory" run "The Office" through a blue-collar filter, twisting nuts and bolts rather than pushing paper. The humor is testosterone heavy and connects about a…
Wrapped in more layers than your mother's average Lifetime drama, "The Tenth Circle" boils Jodi Picoult's bestselling novel into a serviceable if not particularly engrossing movie.
Fraught with emotion, humor and the periodic grisly glimpse of what a body looks like pried open, "Hopkins" marks another six-week cinema verite stay at Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Hospital in the…
ABC introduced two Japanese-inspired gameshows on Tuesday, but the combined effect only highlighted the cultural rift.