"Plain Jane" is a perfectly serviceable unscripted "Ugly Betty."
Seeing Dee Snider dispense metal-family values proves to be an exercise in the painfully mundane.
Gordon Ramsay hosts this sour blend of "Top Chef" and "American Idol" to unappetizing results.
If only all those facing financial woes could have a few sessions with motivational guru Tony Robbins.
Alexandra Pelosi's sixth film for HBO is the most potentially emotional, but it also flirts with an awkward line by using children in such a documentary exercise that, clearly, is crafted to make a…
BBC America's "Being Human" remains particular enough in its quirks that you cringe at the prospect of a planned U.S. version for Syfy.
Creator-writer Matthew Weiner eases into the new season, deftly weaving ample humor into the preem.
"Boring" came to mind with frequency during "Lucky."
Overflowing with prestigious British talent and a lusty story tailored to the pay-TV palate.
Pitched as "Jennifer Love Hewitt plays a mom turned hooker," this pic pretty much sells itself.
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