Latenight television hosts are judged based on durability, so Jimmy Fallon's debut really represents just the first step in what NBC hopes will be a marathon.
Although the producers aren't likely to run out of David Bowie songs, they have largely exhausted any hint of originality with this slavish sequel to "Life on Mars" -- which feels less like a…
"Thin Ice" -- Tom Selleck's fifth outing as Robert B. Parker's small-town police chief Jesse Stone -- maintains the bluesy, breezy tone established by this crisp series of movies, and leaves threads…
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Rosie O'Donnell brings her considerable wattage as producer, co-writer and star to "America," an unabashed message movie about the plight of kids in foster care -- seen through the prism of one…
Using nature footage of macaques, the producers have cobbled together a dramatic narrative that's a little-too-brazenly modeled after the visual style of "300," down to the comicbook lettering…
The Oscar show is watched worldwide by an estimated 800 million people, but it's a very different experience inside the Kodak Theater.
Teaming the director of "Dreamgirls" with movie star/song-and-dance man Hugh Jackman brought an "X" factor to the Oscars, or at least two high-energy production numbers.
Most who live outside the eight miles that separate the Duke and North Carolina campuses enjoy this fierce basketball rivalry via ESPN, yet they can't experience it the way the residents of the Tar…
Striking a gentler, more confessional tone than that of its predecessor, AMC's "Storymakers" reunites "Shootout" hosts Peter Bart and Peter Guber for what is being billed as a series of specials.
Think of "Mistresses" as "Sex All Over the City" -- a one-hour soap filled with every imaginable permutation on infidelity, with side plots including assisted suicide, Sept. 11, a previously straight…
Soapnet's original series "Being Erica," a Canadian import, taps into the current American psyche with its comic blend of personal anxiety and wistful nostalgia.