The whole exercise feels like an imperialistic throwback, while offering further proof all reality-TV that glitters is not, you know.
Stilted and stiff, the show's actual contents are virtually irrelevant, and the subject matter alone augurs a hit by basic-cable standards.
More like great water-cooler gossip than actual true-crime material, the self-deprecating humor helps but doesn't exactly distinguish the series from other examples of this genre, which is already…
"Hunted" adds to TV's rich trove of female spies -- think "Alias," with side-boob and more violence.
There are three ways to watch "American Horror Story: Asylum," FX's follow-up to the over-the-top horror series (or for Emmy purposes, miniseries): Try to track the story, such as it is; ignore that…
Profiling five titans of industry whose lives helped define the American Dream, History's "The Men Who Built America" arrives well-timed to an election season driven by economic issues.
An intoxicating HBO/BBC collaboration anchored by splendid performances from Toby Jones and Sienna Miller.
Watching medical residents behave like 10th graders grows tedious quickly, and the title character -- played by Mamie Gummer -- is forced to narrate her story, which, for youth-oriented dramas, has…
Sticking close to what should be near to its target demo's heart, MTV's "Underemployed" is basically "Avenue Q," just without the songs and puppets.
Familiar enough to feel like some quickly forgotten network filler, "Dad" may blend in a little too easily on the rerun-driven cabler's schedule.