"The Big Bang Theory" ended its run with two back-to-back episodes that were long on sentiment -- and the show's trademark comedy.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. That seems as good a way as any to sum up the new shows the networks announced at the upfronts this week.
Destruction and mass carnage in this week's episode leaves a lot of damage to be mopped up in the series finale.
It seems so quaint, doesn't it? TV networks, in this day and age, announcing their fall schedules according to such antiquated notions as the day and time.
Who will entertain, and who will make news, as this year's TV Upfront Week starts first thing Monday morning?
If you told someone this new cop drama called "L.A.'s Finest" was a parody of a cop drama, they would probably believe you.
If a character named Perry Mason is not a lawyer, can this character really be Perry Mason? Logic would dictate that the answer is no.
Daenerys the dragon queen had plenty to snarl about as she witnessed the deaths of a dear friend and one of her prized dragons.
The concept of a "flagship" network newscast sailed away a long time ago, along with the rest of TV news.
You've heard of the fragmentation of TV audiences? Well, now we have the fragmentation of TV shows.