Host: Lauren Bacall.
Well-executed afternoon special on the roots of racial tension and violence features solid acting and directing, as well as an excellent script that aims for the complex truths of the subject rather…
CBS should pick up some wind in its ratings sail this week with "Adrift," a middleweight thriller pitting two couples in a death fight aboard a disabled ship. Vidpic is weighed down by similarities…
The Rockford Peaches return to the playing field, this time as a midseason replacement. Spirit of film is largely retained, thanks to strong opening script by writers Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel…
In 1991, curator Stephanie Barron organized L.A. County Museum of Art's "Degenerate Art" exhibit, which was a partial remounting of a 1937 Munich exhibition (blessed by Hitler) as an example what's…
Producers of HBO's "Not Necessarily the News" bring their wares to network television with this first of two specials. While show has its moments, it's neither as intentionally funny overall as…
There's no new ground broken in "A Tale of Three Cities," but the introduction to TV viewers of a few up-and-coming leaders of black America is enough to keep it from being buried in superficial…
Only in Hollywood," 30-minute magazine show that features stories about the Hollywood entertainment scene, is at best OK. There's nothing really bad about it, nor anything really good.
Part of "South Bank Show," an ongoing series of English dox, Melvin Bragg's interview with Peter O'Toole in Frances Dickenson's fanciful look at the charismatic actor turns out to be a plug for his…
Rick Reynolds, whose confessional one-man show enjoyed a critically acclaimed stage run last year, is fairly successful in translating the piece to TV.