Sunday's marquee match-up proved obligingly competitive -- but enough about Coke vs. Pepsi. America's national celebration of advertising gluttony for once couldn't overshadow the game. . .
Nothing in "Welcome to the Captain" is particularly fresh, but there's nevertheless a genial charm to this CBS comedy.
"Lipstick Jungle" is the superior product of this winter's "career-woman pals try having it all" dramedies, but that's not an especially esteemed sorority.
Beautifully shot and graced with a splendid performance by Olivia Williams, Jane Austen biopic "Miss Austen Regrets" focuses on a relatively narrow window in the author's life, serving as something…
Like so many Valentines that will circulate this month, "Bridal Fever" espouses antiquated notions of love and romance wrapped around cheap sentiments.
Infused with a refreshing sense of wit and irreverence, "Phineas and Ferb" is that rare modern animated series for kids that even adults without a frontal lobotomy can sit through.
Hookers and booze. As scripted programming barely registers a pulse these days, that's what we're left with, as Sundance Channel's newest reality skein takes aim at the former with a peek at what…
Welcome to a spoiler-free zone, as "Lost" engrossingly kicks off its strike-shortened fourth season still riding the wave of last spring's dazzling twist introducing a flash-forward component.
Cast members from the smash 2004 Broadway revival reprise their work in this sturdy translation of Lorraine Hansberry's play.
"Eli Stone," it turns out, is 2008-speak for "Ally McBeal," which represents both a good and bad thing. The ABC series -- whose protagonist is either a modern-day prophet or suffering the…
"Black and White" is a very anemic romantic comedy, whose stab at interracial issues feels decades old.