Despite the cloying Hallmark Card music and Southeastern Conference-approved pom-pom waving, "The Book of Manning" — ESPN's latest addition to an impressive library of sports documentaries –- is…
There's certainly a racing pulse in this Jerry Bruckheimer production, which stars Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott, but the longer-term prognosis remains murky.
The show about workplace lottery winners almost immediately lurches into melodrama, spinning off multiple plot threads but few that seem worth following.
Few programs have experienced the explosive trajectory of "Homeland," an Emmy winner for its first season before vaulting headlong into its second, wildly veering off course and, almost literally…
Anna Faris, Allison Janney vehicle has the bones of a pretty durable TV show.
Creating a toothy vehicle for James Spader, few series can boast such a compelling central figure, even if his cryptic comments and opaque motives risk giving way to a rather familiar procedural.
Having Michael J. Fox back on NBC Thursday roughly 30 years later has a certain symmetry, but generating sustained interest in his comeback vehicle will require more than just good will.
A not-particularly-fresh take on "The Bad News Bears" — which already spawned multiple movies and a 1979 series — "Back in the Game" isn't without its modest charms.
The best part about "The Goldbergs," alas, comes at the very end, when we see video footage of the actual characters who inspired this autobiographical comedy. It's a link to humanity and reality in…
If ever a comedy pilot cried out for a one-hour premiere, it's "Trophy Wife," a series that races through so much plot in its introductory half-hour as to practically obliterate its central…
CBS was understandably giddy when "Under the Dome" opened to eye-opening ratings, and proceeded to hold on well. Not only had the network taken a big swing outside its wheelhouse, but it scored a…