As documentaries go, it's not the Inquisition. But another evening with Brooks should be more than enough to put a little springtime in any fan's step.
"Motive" seeks to brighten up the crime procedural formula, unsuccessfully, by shifting the focus from "who"-dunit to "why."
Mildly charming but exceptionally thin, it makes it hard to fault Fox for its lack of faith. So let the "Games" begin, but don't expect many to wind up carrying a torch for it.
"Family Tree" bears rather disappointing fruit, so droll and dry as to be nearly taste-free, with only the occasional hint of bite.
The particulars of "Crowd Rules" – an especially cheap gameshow, which is kind of amusing amid all the high-stakes finance on CNBC – are less interesting than the idea, and the business-news channel…
For the hardy few to whom "Beverly Lewis' The Confession" really is the much-anticipated sequel to "The Shunning," its arrival is no doubt good news. To the rest of the world, this Hallmark Channel…
PBS has demonstrated it can compete in the rough-and-tumble of primetime with the breakthrough success of "Downton Abbey." Yet that only makes it easier to forget how against the grain public…
The best part about “Don't Say No Until I Finish Talking: The Story of Richard D. Zanuck” comes at the very end, when viewers are informed the producer/executive got to see the finished film three…
Like a bad first date, “Newlyweds: The First Year” begins with promise and anticipation, before rapidly descending into “Check, please” mode. While the challenges of marriage should be fertile Bravo…
OK, it's official: MTV has run out of spinoff ideas for the “Jersey Shore” gang, following up its tag-along vehicles for Pauly D. and the walking visual sight-gag “Snooki & JWOWW” with “The Show With…
Two Discovery networks trot out new shows this week, each with marketable titles: “The Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius” on flagship Discovery; and “Karma's a B*tch!” on the always-cheeky Investigation…