A gently transporting work of all-ages entertainment that melds a harrowing high-seas adventure with a dreamy meditation on the very nature of storytelling.
This season, key players are engaged in ways that prove occasionally shocking and disarmingly funny. In other words, "Dexter" isn't just killing time.
The network's latest gothic-soap dice-roll, "666 Park Avenue," comes to the task with handsome accessories and a cheeky sensibility, none of which makes the delicate balancing act of what amounts to…
Show, premiering with an hourlong episode in the Saturday-morning block, is a handsomely produced effort, with a strong vocal cast, considerable humor and scads of high-spirited action.
Already a huge draw for BBC, "Call the Midwife" might take awhile to grow on Yank audiences.
The timeslot virtually caps the show's upside (especially in demographic terms), but based on Montgomery's appeal alone, "Jersey" might please enough folks to win its case.
If only "The Neighbors," ABC's stab at an aliens-among-us comedy, were a bit more like "Galaxy Quest," and less like an extended "Coneheads" sketch.
The main question -- whether this slickly made, shrewdly conceived series can sustain "Person of Interest's" lead-in among CBS viewers -- might best be answered with another: Will many of those…
A comfortable thematic companion to a lineup anchored by "New Girl."
Given its enviable stability, CBS allows itself roughly one bet each season that dares to stray, ever so slightly, beyond its (and its audience's) comfort zone. Enter "Vegas," a powerfully cast drama…