In the news business, the relative importance of stories was traditionally illustrated with the "dog bites man" example.
"Take Two" has been titled to reflect the show's title twosome and the quest for redemption of the actress after getting out of rehab.
Last Friday night while idly grazing through our TV channels, we stumbled upon the biggest story on the planet Earth.
Stories in the trade press insist that ABC is working hard to hammer out a plan for reviving "Roseanne" without Roseanne.
"Yellowstone" is a modern-day western in which Costner plays the patriarch of a ranching family in Montana.
Media consolidation -- namely, the combining of already large companies to create even bigger ones -- is all the rage this week.
Considering the world we live in, it is understandable that clandestine warfare has become a TV obsession.
Apparently, the f-word is still capable of giving people a shock -- even in this day and age in which the word is in wide use.
In addition to all of the ways Twitter has enlivened society, it is now the go-to destination for mourning people we never knew personally.
Winfrey is the subject of a year-long exhibition at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington.