There have been many queens of the TV movie, but in the form's withered state, Rob Lowe -- via his recent affiliation with Lifetime -- just might be its new king.
Although not without its flaws, the grim, pay-cable-like series benefits from a strong core cast and appealing look (minus a few glaringly bogus FX shots).
Having previously dipped Down Under to find comedy in the underwhelming "Wilfred," FX returns to those environs by tapping Aussie stand-up Jim Jefferies to star in "Legit," a quirky, profane, but…
It's a tiresome affair, primarily consisting of stale reality TV and commercial spoofs. Mostly, it feels like a show aimed at people who already watch way too much TV.
Even the inspired casting of Robert Carradine and Curtis Armstrong as hosts can't make this more than a bored game of groans.
"The Following" is extremely well done, terrifically cinematic and, from a political standpoint, terribly ill timed -- not just featuring a charismatic serial killer and his equally homicidal…
If Ricky Gervais gave the Golden Globes unexpected sizzle with his thumb-in-the-eye host treatment of the room, pairing Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as hosts felt considerably safer -- an attempt to cash…
About the best "Carrie" has going for it is the show's '80s soundtrack, but for target CW viewers, the main reaction might be, "Ew, my mom did what?"
TLC's latest series, "Pete Rose: Hits & Mrs.," no doubt began as another wannabe freakshow (most of the channel's lineup is), but winds up playing like a reality-TV version of the May-December…
Like many time-travel tales, "Continuum" -- Syfy's latest Canadian import -- is sort of fun at the beginning, but doesn't hold up under scrutiny.
The participation of "True Blood" producer Alan Ball raised expectations "Banshee" might be a tad more ambitious than the Cinemax dramas that have preceded it, but alas, no such luck.