Based on a gut-wrenching true story, the clenched film chronicles serial killer Fred West and his strange relationship with Janet Leach, a court-appointed "appropriate adult" assigned to monitor his…
Modeled after the panel shows of TV's infancy, "Would You Rather?" is a bit of loopy fun, even if it tests how charitably one wields the term "celebrity" in assembling participants to kick around…
Less a reimagining of "Peter Pan" than an elaborate cut-and-paste job, the only-fleetingly-spectacular "Neverland" weds J.M. Barrie's classic to elements from "Avatar" and "Star Wars," with dashes of…
It doesn't take a criminal mastermind to know that when establishing a TV mystery franchise, you need to call upon pros like Scott Turow and Mary Higgins-Clark.
Memo to Fox: A series likely to be slapped around by critics probably ought not to lead with its chin by using "hate" in the title. But hey, live and learn, which is more charitable than what can be…
TV Land's unexpected success with "Hot in Cleveland" gave way to creative misfires, even if there were respectable ratings for some of those nostalgic sitcoms, such as "Happily Divorced." Like the…
"Mitch Albom's Have a Little Faith" chronicles the author's life lessons gleaned from an aging rabbi and a redeemed pastor.
As comprehensive and intimate a portrait of the comic genius as his personal quirks will allow.