Messy at best, the two-episode premiere suffers from wildly uneven performances, beginning with Dennis Hopper at his manic worst.
Comparisons will inevitably be made to "Pirates of the Caribbean," but "Crusoe" is really a throwback to the cheerfully silly first-run syndicated hours ("Sinbad!" "Sheena!" "Conan!") a few years…
After a stretch where my DVD player looked squeamish at the prospect of swallowing another NBC pilot, along comes "My Own Worst Enemy" -- a slick, modern spy yarn infused with the "Dr. Jekyll and Mr…
Just in time to again foster that sick, depressed feeling before the election, filmmakers Jon Alpert and Matthew O'Neill complete what amounts to an Iraq war trilogy with "Section 60" -- a grim hour…
Turns out a starter wife can be a trophy wife too. Case in point, "The Starter Wife," the Emmy-nominated mini-turned-regular series that returns to USA Network.
Leave it to Ted Koppel to pause before the presidential election to revisit a point sobering in its simplicity: The relatively brief span of time between the possibility of electing an…
Every bit as juvenile as its title would suggest, "Testees" lives several rungs down the evolutionary ladder from FX's once-promising and now increasingly disappointing "It's Always Sunny in…
From the people who brought you "Mythbusters," Discovery trots out another installment in completely disposable gearhead TV, letting tech geeks run wild with remote-controlled cars and sledgehammers.
At first blush, "Eleventh Hour" is just CBS' way of wedding "CSI" to "House" -- having a brilliant scientist try to decipher intricate mysteries and solve crimes.
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…