Aside from one glaring blemish -- the wholly unnecessary practice of using dramatic re-creations to replicate the protagonist's salacious recreations, like cavorting with strippers in a hot tub…
A bit like "American Idol" on speed and laughing gas, "Clash of the Choirs" promised viewers "a competition like you've never seen before," which comes pretty close to false advertising.
More "The Weakest Link" than "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," "Duel" will face a duel of its own -- going up against another multi-night event,
Occasionally, a documentary is only as good as its subject matter, and on that score "Hard as Nails" -- about youth minister Justin Fatica, who employs the physique and demeanor of a high-school…
An old-fashioned disaster epic that actually received a limited theatrical release in the U.K., "Flood" makes its U.S. debut on ION (the little-seen channel formerly known as Pax TV) as part of a…
Delivering a dark exclamation point to their second great series, Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant have wrapped up "Extras" with an expanded special to culminate its two six-episode "seasons," as…
No extraordinary powers are required to visualize the drool puddle that formed when A&E was pitched "Paranormal State" -- a series about investigators of the paranormal who happen to be (wait for it)…
If beauty pageants are most interesting when contestants stumble (that Miss Teen USA dissertation on America's deficiency with geography comes to mind), then CW might have stumbled onto the mother of…
The tumult of the 1960s continues to reverberate, which is why Tom Brokaw's can't-miss look at 1968 merits attention for viewers beyond those who lived it or are boning up for term papers.
This latest ABC movie blessed by daytime's queen should deliver in the ratings and buttress Mitch Albom's reputation as one of our foremost purveyors of cultural baby food.