In between Randy and Paula expounding on their '80s credits, Simon Cowell rested on his latest crutch to explain the troubles of Carly Smithson, saying she - like others before her - had yet to…
Although seemingly conceived largely to push a new line of Hasbro toys (ah, children's TV and the bad old days), the soon-to-fadeout Kids' WB (on the CW!) delivers a credible new version of…
The theme this week is one that's repeated annually on "Idol": A finalist's naughty past is made public.
The boys readjusted the scales Tuesday in the final gender-based elimination round, making viewers reconsider the talents of David Cook and Jason Castro for the better and Michael Johns and David…
VH1 scored bigtime with WB network castaway "The Surreal Life," whose success in the cable sphere spawned an entire "sur-reality" subgenre.
Forgive a slight unbefitting the "elite of society," but these "real housewives" are too predictable and boring to engender the hatred that the producers and Bravo clearly wish to inspire. Perhaps…
"Idol" starts off with the usual singalong, where the producers attempt to pair up singers into possible couples. The "Sounds of the '70s" medley is every bit as crappy as the previous two nights…
TV already has one undead detective in CBS' vampire drama "Moonlight," and Fox sinks its teeth into the same semi-mystical vein with "New Amsterdam," about a New York homicide cop blessed with…
A four-hour documentary that dresses up old physiology docs with stiffly performed recreations and abundant CGI, stripping bodies in motion down to their bones and muscles and cartilage.
Welcome back to "Survivor," where we can't begin a new day without remembering the last one. Remember last week? When Cirie ignored Jonathan's whining to become temporary queen of the Favorites? Good…