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."
"The Announcement" captues Magic Johnson's revelation that he had contracted the HIV virus.
From HBO's perspective, "Game Change" is a home run: a big, smart, entertaining and extremely promotable showcase for marquee stars, generating tons of attention (flattering and otherwise) from…
Goofy and nostalgic, show is a quirky throwback to a bygone era, a cheap spoof of the children's TV of baby boomers' youth, down to crappy production values and awful-looking "monsters" that work to…
There's obviously controversy and a bit of inaccuracy built into the title ABC is abbreviating as "GCB" -- but "Just Sort-of OK Christian Bitches" would have looked unwieldy on a billboard.
Writer-director David Belton's spare, lyrical look at this modern-day cultural anomaly proves a bit of a snooze.
After last year's rightfully mocked experiment with youthful hosts, the 84th Academy Awards pivoted entirely in the opposite direction, into the comforting arms of Billy Crystal.
Frankly, his whole opening bit felt tired, and not just because the host had to labor to work in nine nominees this time around
"Awake" star Jason Isaacs is an appealing leading man in a show that feels trapped in its own duality.