The "kids" on "Friday Night Lights" continue to look less and less believable as teenagers, but by every other creative stat, this high-school football drama remains near the top of its game.
As "Grey's Anatomy" wears increasingly thin, series creator Shonda Rhimes tackles a similar set of challenges in its spinoff "Private Practice" -- a series that proves the only thing apt to change…
Emerging like a sweetly scented addition to primetime's musty flower bed, "Pushing Daisies" opens its second season in full creative bloom.
While the concept for "The IT Crowd" is extremely clever and benefits from its simplicity, the series' broad, loopy execution only sporadically fulfills that promise.
First the good news: "Clone Wars" -- the "Star Wars" animated series that amounts to an "interquel" between Episodes II and III -- is vastly superior to the advance theatrical movie.
The tone of "The Ex List" could have many CBS viewers double-checking the channel they're tuned to -- its brazen emphasis on sexuality, lives out of balance and the lack of consequence thereof being…
Wry, silly and politically incorrect in the extreme, "The Life and Times of Tim" takes HBO squarely into Adult Swim territory. Viewed alone, in small doses the show can be pretty damn funny -- a mix…
The American version of "Little Britain" shares several traits with Showtime's Tracey Ullman sketch comedy "State of the Union," yet virtually every comparison proves unflattering to the new HBO…
Entering its fifth season, "Grey's Anatomy" has experienced an unusual flip: Where the medical cases once felt like the window dressing to augment the drama's core characters, the meaty guest roles…
Having deviated from its original premise into uncharted territory, wonder of wonders, year two is actually more compelling and fun But throw in a life-imitates-art, made-for-the-tabloids kerfuffle…
Although not the first series to introduce a time-leap stunt to shake up its storytelling, "Desperate Housewives" is the highest-profile program to engineer such a maneuver, and for the most part, it…