In helping fashion this so-so comedy based on his real life, stand-up comic D.L. Hughley (pronounced Hugh-glee) hopes to make a point about what it's like to be black and successful while struggling…
"Sports Night" is the most entertaining new comedy premiering in primetime this fall, precisely because it doesn't look or feel like anything else the networks are tossing against the wall.
"Conrad Bloom" is bland as they come, rather like a glob of pizza dough without the sauce or cheese (and just as pasty white).
"For Your Love," from the creator of "Living Single," aired as a midseason replacement in the spring on NBC, and the WB was smart to pick up this charming relationships comedy. In seg reviewed, the…
While noting that "Will & Grace" is clearly NBC's best new comedy isn't saying terribly much, the show does spring out of the box boasting snappy dialogue, James Burrows' usual masterful directorial…
The spirit of Jackie Gleason, if not his talent, lives on. Fat guys with big mouths are back in primetime. Iin "The King of Queens" we get "Everybody Loves Raymond" alumnus and stand-up Kevin James…
Will everybody love Brian? CBS certainly hopes so as it launches this TV news sendup (following "Everybody Loves Raymond" on the retooled Monday sked) in which silliness subs for sophistication.
Can CBS coax America into feeling empathy for four clean-scrubbed, lily-white doctors who drive Mercedes-Benzes and score floor seats to Lakers games?
In recalling his favorite television moment, Emmy presenter Mark Harmon chose Mark McGwire's 62nd home run. As the actor detailed the event, the audience applauded, and it was clear that the moment…
You know that times have changed when a sitcom character is somehow able to find a common link between sexual fantasies and the Zapruder film, but that's one of the things we get in this raunchy but…
"Costello" may be the first comedy in TV history that should come equipped with a volume warning. It is, without question, the loudest half-hour ever to hit primetime.