A hodgepodge of other gameshows that culminates with the cash being handed over to a needy (and yes, deserving) individual, a la "Queen for a Day."
The American Film Institute could have hardly chosen a more appealing pairing to inaugurate its Turner Classic Movies specials "Master Class -- the Art of Collaboration" than Steven Spielberg and…
"A Song of Lunch" boasts nuanced storytelling, doting camerawork and tremendous acting.
CMT, the network formerly known as Country Music Television, has gotten into the TV-movie business, though calling the product "original" might be a modifier too far.
Marketing-driven constructs are often the kiss of death creatively speaking, but the commercial template surrounding Hub's miniseries based on "Clue" -- consisting of five half-hour segments -- is…
Having garnered attention as a TV sideshow -- with programs including couples who birth children in bunches, polygamists and Sarah Palin -- TLC seeks to add "thoughtful" to its provocative repertoire…
Offering a one-hour tease prior to its weekly return next year, "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" is a beautifully rendered adaptation of the emerald superhero, representing Warner Bros…
After its short-lived "Father of the Pride," DreamWorks has largely confined its TV efforts to adaptations of successful features, with reasonably impressive results.
From the pre-opening credit moment when authorities roll out a shrouded body as concerned neighbors look on, it's clear "The Pastor's Wife" is a Lifetime movie like momma used to make 'em…
Given AMC's enviable track record -- and ahead-of-the-curve horror take with "The Walking Dead" -- there's doubtless considerable interest in whether the network can trigger a similar Western…