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."
There's nothing remotely new about "Grey's Anatomy" creator Shonda Rhimes' third medical drama except the geography.
You've got to hand it to Oprah -- she shares all of her favorite things.
"Bob's Burgers" is another low-brow example of employing (very) limited animation to create a low-key, disarmingly dirty sitcom.
"Downton Abbey" fulfills the "Masterpiece" designation more faithfully than just about anything else to grace the PBS showcase in years.
Writers are often advised to "write what you know." But problems can arise when that knowledge overlaps heavily with what everyone else knows -- and more importantly, has already seen.
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