Following the splendid "Torchwood" miniseries "Children of Earth," stepping up to share the next chapter with the BBC represents an enormously shrewd move for Starz, bringing the pay net built-in…
Perhaps History should just stay away from the Kennedy family for awhile.
Imagine "Survivor" and "The Bachelor" having a dimwitted child, and you're close to capturing "Love in the Wild," NBC's stab at a dating show/travelogue.
A fishy tale that could have worked just as well as a short film, Chinese zero-budgeter "Deep Pond" still has its schlocky pleasures.
The show offers a nifty mix of work and home life, while simultaneously balancing lighter material with the pain of a woman going through a divorce.
Impressive as travelogue, perhaps, but reduced to empty stereotypes in terms of the 13 competing trios.
Understandable cult commodity Down Under has moments of goofy charm, and benefits greatly from Elijah Wood's vulnerability as a suicidal slacker.
Slightly darker than most USA fare, "Suits" follows the channel's pattern well enough, but breaks down when it comes to fulfilling the whole "Characters welcome" slogan.
The stunts live up to the "look at the crazy crap people do" billing.
It's a low-key, well-acted pilot, where characters tend to speak wearily in hushed, sleepy whispers.