In today’s hyper-caffeinated age, precious little lives up to its hype. But the “Breaking Bad” finale — perhaps appropriately — got the chemistry just right. From the first frame to the last on a…
If Sean Hayes helped break ground on "Will & Grace," all he saves here is the TV-given right to roll out retreads.
The show's below-the-belt proclivities certainly don't represent a jarring departure from Monday-night anchor "2 Broke Girls," but these Four Broken-Up Guys race through a pilot that offers little…
"Welcome to the Family" offers precious little reason to roll out the welcome mat.
Primetime is so overpopulated by petite, model-thin size zeroes it's refreshing to see a protagonist who isn't, especially when it's an ebullient presence like the one Rebel Wilson plays in ABC's…
The show certainly moves into a prime piece of real estate; how long it stays could be another matter.
Like an early Woody Allen character stretched through a fun-house mirror, Stephen Merchant plays a haplessly girl-obsessed, amiable loser in "Hello Ladies," an HBO series that's occasionally amusing…
Conceptually a close cousin of old-fashioned Lifetime movies, it's more daytime soap, frankly, than ready for primetime.
Fox enters the realm of kinder, gentler reality TV with “MasterChef Junior,” the latest series from the evidently inexhaustible Gordon Ramsay assembly line, but perhaps the first to position the U.K…
Blair Underwood is an attractive, charismatic actor, but all that charm will be put to the test and then some by "Ironside," another vintage revival that bears virtually no resemblance to the source.
Robin Williams completes a rather lengthy journey back to his TV comedy roots with "The Crazy Ones," which casts him as a wacky advertising genius — the sort of creativity-can't-be-shackled type that…