"Retired at 35" achieves the almost unimaginable feat of making CBS' similar "(Bleep) My Dad Says" look like a classic.
Despite some puzzling production choices, the second edition of "Pioneers of Television" is a great deal of fun, providing a warm and wide-eyed trip down memory lane. Narrated by Kelsey Grammer with…
A guilty pleasure that ought to appeal to the same folks who gave its predecessor a thumb's up by the channel's standards, pointing the way toward lusty escapism.
"Skins" has completed the cross-Atlantic flight to MTV with its flaws and eccentricities intact.
Kathy Bates is just the person to deliver David E. Kelley's tart dialogue, and he surrounds her with enough quirky characters to make this Cincinnati-set spiritual companion to "Boston Legal" a…
Adapted from an improbably absorbing, wonderfully sly British series, "Being Human" comes to Syfy with its predecessor's basic bone structure intact.
More than 30 years after the original "Scared Straight!" won both an Oscar and Emmy, producer Arnold Shapiro has revived his documentary as an A&E series.
Monodimensional character work and tin-eared dialogue generate little interest in characters.
FX's "Lights Out" delivers a solid medley of punches, breaking little new ground but establishing its protagonist as a force to be reckoned with.
Having made a well-deserved name for themselves on the Web, the folks at the Onion are looking to conquer television -- and off to a promising start with "Onion SportsDome."
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures