The dearth of appreciation for Dennis Farina may soon change thanks to "Buddy Faro," the freshest, snazziest hour premiering on the Big Four this fall.
NBC still has "Mad About You," but ABC has "Mad at You," which is what we should call this banal TGIF trifle of a sitcom about a fussbudget college professor and the bad-boy brother with a Peter Pan…
This year's freshman winner of NBC's annual Thursday night Dream Timeslot Sweepstakes, the engaging but cliched "Jesse" begins life with a silver spoon and a golden opportunity. Arriving with…
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Dennis Sweeny returns to his hometown fancying himself as something of a prodigal entrepreneur, the misunderstood computer geek who the cute girls and macho guys ignored and abused during high school.
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…
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?