Since when is having litters of children something to be exalted and applauded?
"Nurse Jackie" administers an odd cocktail -- one that starts out potent but loses some fizz with each successive round.
"Ideal" is a too-cute title for this dark British comedy.
While O'Brien is off to a perfectly solid start, he's had to overcome a bit of arthritic stiffness.
Andrew Lloyd Webber searches for a fresh-faced Maria to star in his "The Sound of Music" revival.
Heidi and Spencer Pratt exhibit the odd effects of lives staged entirely for the reality-TV cameras.
Show looks chintzy, isn't particularly well acted and feels plucked from the 1970s.
The rich are just like us, only with bigger houses and more ostentatious ailments.
Cashes in on "Dancing With the Stars," without any of the nagging uncertainty about the outcome.
The oft-quoted phrase "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?" would seem like a thin premise for a series.
Series proves to be a pretty pallid version of Evel Knievel's daredevil antics of yore.