Let's face it: HBO doesn't expect many people to watch the final mini-season of "Treme," which explains its sentencing to scheduling Siberia — five consecutive Sundays in December. Yet co-creator…
“Breaking Bad’s” protracted victory lap was inevitably going to include a complete-boxed-set Blu-Ray release, but the producers have sweetened the deal with the requisite extras — including a 2 hour…
Interesting nature-nurture debate gets lost a bit in MTV reality show's "journey."
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TLC and Hot Snakes Media have already made out pretty well with "Breaking Amish," so they have understandably turned their attention to even more exotic religious fare: “Breaking the Faith,” set…
Essentially another British tea-time show with an inordinately good cast around the fringes, "Atlantis" plunges right into its reimagining of Greek mythology, where only the names (Hercules…
File Laurie Metcalf starrer "Getting On" among unnecessary format deals, as well as among HBO's recent string of comedies with a too-narrow pitch.
Anyone can get lucky once, but it's that second winner – "Breaking Bad," in AMC's case, or Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black" – that establishes a service as a genuine player. Amazon started…
Bill Cosby's debut on Comedy Central is something of an occasion, and clearly one the legendary comic himself feels obligated to address right up front, reassuring audiences that just because of the…
A shared Discovery/Science Channel telecast, "The Challenger Disaster" approaches the 27-year-old tragedy like an elaborate jigsaw puzzle, with William Hurt cast as the eccentric physicist who put…
Representing Esquire network's first serious bid to get noticed, "White Collar Brawlers" is so conceptually distasteful that it's easy to overlook the banality of its execution.
An overreaching title undermines this JFK documentary, making a pre-theatrical pit stop on DirecTV.