"Worth the wait," host Laura Linney says at the outset of the "Downton Abbey" sequel, and for once, the claim isn't just hype. A near-flawless follow-up to writer Julian Fellowes' Emmy-winning…
"Work It" is a return to the men-in-drag days of "Bosom Buddies" with the thinnest of recessionary twists.
Despite a shortage of transcendent moments, it's still a pleasant enough way to kill a couple of hours, if not one for the archives.
It's a small step from stealing cherries to extreme gangland violence for two youngsters in "A Gang Story."
In the new primetime gameshow "Who's Still Standing?" losers fall through a trapdoor into vats of boiling oil. Ha ha, just kidding, they're probably saving that idea for sweeps.
Encore's "Method to the Madness of Jerry Lewis" plays more like a belated valentine than an examination of the comic's career, one that expunges any of his missteps.
Cheerful stupidity can be harder to master than it looks, which is about as strong an endorsement as there is for "Impractical Jokers," TruTV's latest stab at attracting the predominantly male…
For all his success in print, quality TV versions of King's work remain as elusive as definitive proof of the beyond.
A tawdry tale of small-town sex and violence with just enough twists to keep the predictable action compelling, "Silent Witness" presents an adequate defense for TNT's "Mystery Movie Night"…
TNT's "Mystery Movie Night" is certainly a throwback to the olden days of TV movies, but do the projects actually have to be plucked directly out of a time machine? Enter "Hide," a grim, nasty and…