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.
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…
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…
"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.
A hodgepodge of other gameshows that culminates with the cash being handed over to a needy (and yes, deserving) individual, a la "Queen for a Day."
The American Film Institute could have hardly chosen a more appealing pairing to inaugurate its Turner Classic Movies specials "Master Class -- the Art of Collaboration" than Steven Spielberg and…
"A Song of Lunch" boasts nuanced storytelling, doting camerawork and tremendous acting.
CMT, the network formerly known as Country Music Television, has gotten into the TV-movie business, though calling the product "original" might be a modifier too far.
Marketing-driven constructs are often the kiss of death creatively speaking, but the commercial template surrounding Hub's miniseries based on "Clue" -- consisting of five half-hour segments -- is…