"Gigolos" comes closer to pornography than most reality TV series dares to tread, but that's not the head-scratching part of Showtime's latest foray into the sex trade.
Trios of twentysomething slackers are hardly a new construct but there's always room for more when the group is as brazen, funny and drug-addled as the gang in "Workaholics."
A&E show features "sober coaches" who intervene in what are described as the "toughest cases."
Fox has inadvertently stumbled onto a companion for CBS' "The Big Bang Theory," bringing a certain nerd chic to "Breaking In," a breezy if familiar single-camera comedy.
Showtime show offers little reason to send up celebratory plumes of white smoke.
This grim, absorbing show restores the horror to homicide, while its cliffhangers deftly propel viewers from one hour into the next.
Spiritually closer to "The Tudors" than the simple-minded camp of "Spartacus: Blood and Sand," "Camelot" presents something of a double-edged sword.
Another strike into a lucrative if awfully familiar vein.
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