Snide but not smart, "Kath & Kim" will likely leave American audiences scratching their heads, wondering what Australians saw in the concept -- or if something was seriously lost in translation.
Every year ABC rolls the dice on one truly first-rate pilot that breaks (or at least bends) the usual mold. "Life on Mars" is the latest gamble -- albeit one predicated on an existing template, that…
Forget slings and arrows. These days, Cupid is packing heat. Things are so bad on Earth, what with wars, financial crises and technology-driven relationships, that even the gods of love have itchy…
Extremely topical, well acted and surprisingly touching, "Easy Money" is a promising new entry from Media Rights Capital. An off-beat dramedy penned by "Sopranos" and "Northern Exposure" writers…
The British excel when it comes to paranoid TV thrillers, and "Masterpiece: Contemporary" five-parter "The Last Enemy" is no exception. Slow going at first, this barely futuristic tale of government…
If yet another "Men in Black"-style, "Things that go bump in the night are real" drama sounds right up your dark alley, then "Sanctuary" is perhaps for you.
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.