If Hallmark Channel's made-for-TV movie is to be believed, then two of the most famous people on the planet -- HRH Prince William and his blushing bride Catherine Middleton -- are also two of the…
It wouldn't be honest to pretend "The Lying Game" does anything to advance or deviate from ABC Family's trusty teen soap playbook.
An HBO documentary in which activist Gloria Steinem recounts her personal and political journey, dating back to an era where, she says, "There was no word for 'sexual harassment.'"
Two years after "Miami Social" -- another contrived docu-soap about the young, fabulous and unabashedly narcissistic -- Bravo embarks on a similar conceit with "Most Eligible Dallas," focusing on a…
An engrossing if slow-grinding mystery/soap that doesn't pack enough thrills to earn its "thriller" designation but which proves addictive nevertheless.
Strip away the counterterrorism lingo and this is really just a mismatched buddy copshow.
Apparently, "Jersey Shore's" crimes against culture will include unleashing a torrent of heavily staged reality programs steeped in me-too ethnic stereotyping.
"Curiosity" -- a broad initiative designed to tackle an eclectic array of provocative and puzzling topics -- definitely lives up to that billing in its premiere.
"Take the Money and Run" requires a lot of arcane and convoluted rules, but it ought to hold an audience's attention in the same undemanding way many procedurals do.
Two series hardly constitute a pattern, but Lifetime's latest original dramas both sip from the same tepid pool: A female detective, balancing work and family.