Elizabeth Montgomery is back in fighting form -- slim, smart and commanding centerstage -- as the real-life Blanche Taylor Moore, who killed a number of men with poison in the 1980s. Montgomery and…
Debut segment of four-part series that explores and celebrates the importance of dance in human life is a rich, revealing pleasure.
The splendidly produced ABC miniseries dwells on the grotesque true story of Charlie Starkweather, 19, who killed 11 people in Nebraska in 1957-58, and his 14-year-old girlfriend,
Jason Priestley makes his directing debut in a fairly ambitious episode following the world's oldest high school students on senior ditch day. Several of the "kids" head out for what's virtually a…
The second-season finale of "Nurses" is particularly humorous -- but, unfortunately, most previous episodes this season have not matched it.
Drama, based on true story of a mother who lost her daughter to prostitution, stumbles over weak performances and predictable script.
Proust's voice: Jamie Hanes.
Two generations of mothers face the consequences of drug addiction in a typically classy "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production timed just right for Mothers Day -- though, as it happens, neither mother…
This quirky sitcom, in its fifth season, features a script that's fast, easily digestible and at times very funny, and a cast who have developed well-rounded and likable characters.
Fires in the Mirror" is one gifted artist's breathtaking response to a tragedy that tore New York apart in the summer of 1991. In adapting her show for TV, Anna Deveare Smith and director George C…
One year and two convictions later, "Frontline" revisits the Los Angeles riots in search of why, and leaves with an obvious answer: L.A. hates itself. But a bigger question arises as viewers watch…