Reviews

  • TV

Review: ‘48 Hours’

By

"48 Hours" has turned out some good work, in the finest tradition of CBS News, since its 1986 debut as a network special on crack addiction, but the newsmag opens its 13th season with a story of a…

  • TV

Review: ‘Odd Man Out’

By

To render T.G.I.F. racier, ABC has turned to the guys who co-wrote "There's Something About Mary." So when did T.G.I.F. suddenly begin to stand for The Greatest in Fornication? One of broadcast…

Marketplace

  • TV

Review: ‘Now and Again’

By

It's quirky, it's mesmerizing, it's addictive, it's from "Moonlighting's" Glenn Gordon Caron -- and it offers the unforgettable image of John Goodman getting slammed by a subway train and flying…

  • TV

Review: ‘Mission Hill’

By

Who says there isn't ethnic diversity on television? "Mission Hill" is rife with cultural cross-references, alternative lifestyles and that most dreaded of all demographics, the urbanite. Bill Oakley…

  • TV

Review: ‘The West Wing’

By

Series pilots simply don't come much slicker -- or whiter -- than this droll and edgy hour from "Sports Night" exec producer Aaron Sorkin and "ER" guru John Wells; it may wind up as Hollywood's…

  • TV

Review: ‘The West Wing’

By

Series pilots simply don't come much slicker --- or whiter --- than this droll and edgy hour from "Sports Night" exec producer Aaron Sorkin and "ER" guru John Wells; it may wind up being Hollywood's…

  • TV

Review: ‘Ladies Man’

By

Television producers evidently have some very compelling mother issues. Why else would we have a sitcom trend involving put-upon men and the brassy women who dominate them? It was the concept…

  1. 1
  2. 422
  3. 423
  4. 424
  5. 425
  6. 426
  7. 678