Fortunately, "Trust Us With Your Life" comes from the creators of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" so they -- and ABC -- have nobody to sue but themselves.
The first episodes of the new season bode well for a fifth-season sendoff worthy of the show's twisty past.
"Hit & Miss" is a British import starring Chloe Sevigny as a transgender assassin for hire who inherits stewardship of four kids, including the son she didn't know she'd fathered.
This vehicle for "Will & Grace's" Eric McCormack is really just more of the same-old, same-old, with a colorfully flawed (eccentric or crazy, take your pick) hero solving cases that prove almost…
Showtime returns for seconds, and they're pretty sloppy -- a breezy but uninspired half-hour.
His choice of movie roles might suggest otherwise, but Russell Brand is actually a pretty bright guy. But try as FX might to pour his restless intelligence into the mold of a latenight talkshow…
There's something stomach-churning about "Final Witness," an ABC docudrama produced by ABC News alum Rudy Bednar, which extensively uses actors to replicate grisly crimes, and features the murder…
Once you get past the title, these real (or not-so-real) ex-housewives don't have much to say or do, which leads to staged activities, like going for vaginal-rejuvenation treatment.
"Twenty Twelve" is a decidedly modern, dry-as-a-shaken-martini BBC mockumentary about the organizing committee for this summer's Olympics in London.
The absurdly bombastic score does most of the heavy lifting; otherwise, this is a harmless exercise in false advertising, since the show at best qualifies as a mediocre escape.
Like a latter-day Lucy and Ethel if they got pregnant out of wedlock, talked about their periods and dropped F-bombs with abandon, "Snooki & JWOWW" strike out on their own, the best-suited of the…