Some viewers will doubtless stumble upon "Finder" thanks to its timeslot, but based on the premiere, there's not much here worth seeking out.
"Are You There, Chelsea?" -- which somewhat confusingly casts "That '70s Show's" Laura Prepon as a twentysomething Handler-inspired character, with the comic playing her "judge-y, super-Christian…
Once you've gotten past the casting -- Josh Lucas in the central role, with Molly Parker, Juliette Lewis and Callum Keith Rennie as support -- what really stands out is how sluggish the pilot is.
The Showtime series "House of Lies" -- based on a memoir by the same name -- understandably drops the subtitle "How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Then Tell You the Time." That's perhaps…
"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.