The "TV Blog" rarely goes in for "Week in Review" columns, but this week truly merits a Friday recap.
The seemingly widespread acceptance of the public testimony being given by a porn actress about the President of the U.S. represents a sea change in cultural attitudes.
Incredulous stars of MSNBC and CNN jumped all over Hannity Monday night because of his relationship with Trump's attorney.
In the strange and bizarre competition between the two men, Comey was the winner Sunday night on ABC.
The energy some have expended lately to air objections about the portrayal of Apu on "The Simpsons" represents a great deal of energy wasted.
While the story of Presley's astonishing life and career has been told many times, it is a saga that endures.
A crowd of unscripted reality TV stars assembled on one stage was a good way for Discovery Networks to reintroduce itself to the New York advertising community.
In case you missed it, Jimmy Kimmel and Sean Hannity have been exchanging taunts of the kind you might not have heard since you were in fifth grade.
The tactics Sandberg adopted in two TV interviews made her come across as stilted, rehearsed and anything but sincere.
This in-depth biography is also a documentary, a pop culture tale, a TV time capsule, and the story of a star's rise, fall, redemption and legacy.