The payoff isn't exactly equal to the buildup in "Whitechapel," a slick U.K. production where a newbie detective has to find the person replicating the 120-year-old Jack the Ripper murders in…
The central character in "Grimm" is a detective who's plans to propose to his girlfriend but is interrupted by visions, as he begins seeing people's faces morph into monsters -- a legacy of being…
Conceptually daring and exceptionally well cast, "Once Upon a Time" is the kind of pilot that often gets critics cheering -- a big, bold bet in a season with precious few of them.
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Explores the tired question of whether modern times have produced an over-evolved generation of girly men. Alas, it'll take more than sociology to pump up this stale sitcom.
"Boss" labors under the weight of familiar political-movie cliches, offsetting its polished look -- and Gus Van Sant's unorthodox direction of the pilot -- with a been-there, seen-that feel.
The tale of Alex Chivescu -- a ward of the state who fulfilled the dream instilled in him by his mother of joining the Ivy League -- lumbers along pretty uneventfully, including what amounts to an…
With gauzy flashbacks and occasional tawdry moments "Case Histories" -- a three-movie adaptation of Kate Atkinson's Edinburgh-set crime novels -- is nothing particularly groundbreaking, but it isn't…
The behind-the-scenes tumult and departure of showrunner Frank Darabont certainly isn't evident from the first two episodes, including a 90-minute premiere that niftily reestablishes the premise and…
Unlike most frontloaded premieres, "The Rosie Show's" bow proved curiously flat and understated.
Producer Lindsey Bannister enjoyed some success with "My Life as Liz," an MTV docu-serial so heavily staged there was virtually no "reality" about it.