Suddenly, the Netflix narrative is turning into something very different than what the TV world has long taken for granted.
From "Schitt's Creek" to "Winterfell," TV today covers a lot of ground.
In Nat Geo's "Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted," the TV chef is on a global quest for the unusual and the delicious.
In a gaggle of TV shows today, Chicago is positioned as ground zero for big city violence and political corruption.
The year is 2199, and Pandora is a new student from outer space on the campus of Earth's Space Training Academy.
Clearly, when it comes to sharks, NatGeo and Discovery Channel are not chums.
As the new season of "Grantchester" begins, the time frame is late spring 1956 and Little Richard is singing "Long Tall Sally."
"I think he takes 'Fox & Friends' literally, that they're supposed to be friends," said former CNN anchor Frank Sesno.
One of the interesting things about "Seinfeld" is the almost aimless way it meandered onto TV at the beginning of its history.
CBS has officially gone on summer vacation. The evidence is this new reality show airing on 22 consecutive weeknights.