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."
"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…