The painfully shallow and woefully bad eight-hour miniseries' main preoccupation is sex -- implied, but never really shown.
"Chaos" is a CBS dramedy that looks to cull both humor and a sense of adventure from the spooky doings of the CIA.
Spiritually closer to "The Tudors" than the simple-minded camp of "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" -- which helped put Starz's original programming on the map -- "Camelot" presents something of a…
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.
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