Looking more and more like CBS, ABC adds another crime procedural with "Body of Proof."
Who else but HBO would have the audacity to commission a five-part, nearly-six-hour version of James M. Cain's period melodrama?
Pee-wee had to go legit to put him back where he belongs -- on TV.
A psychological thriller so crazily tawdry it has "(really) guilty pleasure" scrawled all over it.
A test of business savvy from "The Apprentice," the culinary throwdowns of "Top Chef" and a set of judge-moguls investing their own money from "Shark Tank."
While the playful banter has its moments, the characters aren't strong enough to set off any alarms.
Show keeps to a feel-good formula with no time to explore the causes of poverty or any larger issues.
Celebrity sells, so forgive Animal Planet for its subgenre that might be called "Famous People and the Weird (but Not Unnatural) Stuff They Do With Animals."
A schoolgirl falls in love with a cutie who, unbeknownst to her, is Germany's latest pop sensation.
The youth movement in this year's choice of Oscar hosts didn't alter the show's dynamics, from the opening insert-actors-in-montage sequence (hello, Billy Crystal) to the stiff, awkward banter…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures