With one foot rooted in reality and another in the nail-biting trappings of a geopolitical thriller, "Homeland" returns with the assured sense of a series that captivated viewers in numbers few…
At an awards show notorious for predictability in so many categories, it's crucial for every other element of the Emmys to inject some life into the proceedings. Luckily, the 64th edition of the…
The opening hour of "Last Resort" is crisp, tense and full of possibilities.
Adapted from the U.K. series "Undercover Princes," "Secret Princes" owes such a debt to the movie "Coming to America" it's a shame the late Art Buchwald isn't around to file another lawsuit against…
After a few misfires since "Will & Grace," producers David Kohan and Max Mutchnick have taken the maxim, "Write what you know," to heart, devising their new comedy, "Partners," around a professional…
Post-apocalyptic drama requires its own set of rules, and in "Revolution's" case, plenty of willing suspension of disbelief.
The show's title character explains in an opening voiceover she's "not your typical doctor," but even with a few unexpected twists, this show is about as typical as TV gets.
Some TV personalities do one thing well. Katie Couric -- in keeping with the varied demands of her signature "Today" stint -- is a chameleon.
After the scintillating highs and surprises of its second season, "Boardwalk Empire" returns following a passage of time, which can always be a trifle unsettling.
Harmless, but about as inspiring as any forgotten sitcom from the Reagan Era.