The participation of "True Blood" producer Alan Ball raised expectations "Banshee" might be a tad more ambitious than the Cinemax dramas that have preceded it, but alas, no such luck.
"Girls" is that odd duck that shouldn't be missed, and at times, can barely be watched.
Creatively speaking, MTV's efforts to pass the baton from "Jersey Shore" to newer generations of reality soaps in different locales has gotten off to a rather rocky start -- and the year's barely a…
Discovery's recent spate of high-definition nature documentaries has made the spectacular ordinary, assembling jaw-dropping footage from across the globe.
Amid all the fakery in reality TV, the timing for reviving "The Joe Schmo Show" -- a series where being bogus is the point, as well as the fun -- could hardly be more propitious.
Engrossing from its first frames, the new season probably marks a slight uptick in quality.
Having mastered season-long arcs filled with fabulous guest characters -- and coming off brilliant back-to-back seasons -- "Justified" is perhaps to be forgiven for a slow start in hitting the reset…
Add "Deception's" Vivian Bowers to the list of beautiful female characters best known for setting series in motion with the "Who killed … ?" modifier -- joining "Twin Peaks'" Laura Palmer and "The…
Always one of the TV year's classiest evenings, the latest edition of the "Kennedy Center Honors" features two notoriously prickly stars, David Letterman and Dustin Hoffman.
Built around a highly competitive cheerleading school in Little Rock, Ark., the show certainly isn't original in trying to rah-rah its way to a nifty Nielsen score.
Despite big sight gags and an unexpected serialized aspect through the early episodes, uneven execution should leave viewers feeling as divided as the country.