Understandable cult commodity Down Under has moments of goofy charm, and benefits greatly from Elijah Wood's vulnerability as a suicidal slacker.
Slightly darker than most USA fare, "Suits" follows the channel's pattern well enough, but breaks down when it comes to fulfilling the whole "Characters welcome" slogan.
The stunts live up to the "look at the crazy crap people do" billing.
It's a low-key, well-acted pilot, where characters tend to speak wearily in hushed, sleepy whispers.
Given its star-making track record, the brand's success rate surpasses that of "American Idol." "A.N.T. Farm" is just such a vehicle, though this time, the model feels a bit rusty.
Taken on its own terms, this eight-part series has its moments action-wise, but the soapier elements mostly fall flat.
TV Land's out-of-the-gate success with "Hot in Cleveland" is beginning to look more and more like a fluke. The network has followed that sprightly original comedy with the dismal "Retired at 35" and…
Being a teenager can be perplexing enough without discovering you have a very important secret destiny, but it's certainly been fertile territory for a lot of lucrative fiction. Enter "The Nine Lives…
Jon Benjamin, the vocal star of FX's "Archer" and Fox's "Bob's Burgers," steps in front of the camera to anchor an absurdist newsmagazine satire that appears at first glance like Comedy Central's…
BBC America explores the "colonists facing strange, foreboding world" turf in "Outcasts," an intriguing if not wholly satisfying drama whose premise remains more beguiling than its cast two episodes…