More magic begins creeping into the second season of "Game of Thrones," literally speaking, but the magic conjured by season one continues virtually unabated: a dizzying array of characters, splendid…
For some a recap, for others a primer, the hourlong production is truly worthy of the "fair and balanced" label.
While the two-hour premiere continues sprinkling clues like a Northwest drizzle, garnished with red herrings, one suspects enough people were drawn in by the show's plodding pace -- and still want to…
If nothing else, TLC deserves a "chutzpah" award for promoting "Leave It to Niecy" as the first "docu-sitcom," having apparently missed "The Simple Life" and innumerable other celebrity-oriented…
"Bent" certainly isn't broken, but its got a lot to prove slotted in a timeslot opposite "Modern Family."
Continuing in the spectacular tradition of "Planet Earth" and "Life," Discovery's "Frozen Planet" is another beautifully mounted addition to what's fast becoming a golden age of nature documentaries…
An 18-month layoff has doubtless stoked anticipation for "Mad Men" among its loyal constituents, and the four-peat Emmy winner returns with its first two-hour launch. Once again, though, series…
With "The Voice" looking awfully lonesome as the sole smash hit on NBC's ratings-challenged schedule, it sounds like a no-brainer for the network to launch another fresh reality competition.
Reality TV has shown a remarkable proclivity for trivializing the immigrant experience, from Lifetime's since-departed "Russian Dolls" to "Shahs of Sunset," Bravo's first collaboration with Ryan…
"Missing" tells the story of a mother's quest to find her son without much in the way of wit or surprises.
Kristin Davis receives top billing and a producer credit, but Tammy Blanchard is the primary reason to watch "Of Two Minds."