As HBO scans the horizon for distinctive new programming, along comes "Eastbound & Down," a comedy whose most salient characteristic is its production auspices. Will Ferrell and his posse produce…
Ah, to be young again, so that a concept as familiar as "Aaron Stone" would taste minty fresh.
The first episode of "Important Things With Demetri Martin" is much like the comedian himself: Somewhat aloof and not quite sure how to connect with a studio audience while making wry, Seinfeld-esque…
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A tale of romance between an older courtesan and a spoiled youth is short on real emotion.
The History Channel purports to be presenting "the last unknown story" of Abraham Lincoln…
MTV wants to have its cake and eat it -- with a metal file inside -- in "T.I.'s Road to Redemption: 45 Days to Go." The series focuses on the rapper as he prepares for a March hearing on gun charges…
Joss Whedon's cult following is no secret, but he seems assured of attracting the faithful and little else with "Dollhouse" -- a series that exhibits a kitchen-sink mentality, throwing in a…
A continent-hopping drama about parents, globalization and the disconnect between rich and poor.
A police inspector on a holiday can't keep from investigating a possible murder in "Bellamy."
A heavyset supermarket security guard on the nightshift develops a non-threateningobsession with a floor cleaner in "Gigante," Adrian Biniez's slow-moving feature debut that fails to inject freshness…
Animal Planet bills the new series "Jockeys" as a docu-soap, and it's too bad the mix doesn't include a bit more "docu" and somewhat less soap.