An easygoing new hourlong comedy series mixing nostalgia with frat-house hijinks.
The game is afoot, all right, with "Sherlock," another delightful British import airing on PBS' "Masterpiece."
Having produced a series of memorable documentaries devoted to veterans and the Iraq war, HBO widens that lens in its latest Veteran's Day offering, "Wartorn: 1861-2010."
Movie channels have long used original documentaries to augment and thematically connect bunches of films, which is helpful if said movies are, well, mediocre.
Conan O'Brien's new TBS latenight show not surprisingly looks a whole lot like his earlier programs.
Sarah Palin has exhibited a high IQ in exploiting reality TV and new media to advance her cause.
NatGeo's continent-spanning effort is well worth a look, but ultimately less than the sum of its parts.
"A Family Thanksgiving" presents a decent case for personal balance.
On paper, the idea of a seven-part history of Hollywood in the classy environs of Turner Classic Movies sounds swell.
The fallout from a hit-and-run is explored with sensitivity and craft in the intriguing minor-key thriller "No Return."
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