Myriad TV shows and movies over the years are beloved precisely because of the way they depict violence.
Such is the nature of TV today: Shows come and go frequently and in great numbers -- at all times of the year too.
Following a banishment of less than two years, the original "Roseanne" is inching its way back onto TV.
Like so much else that has been disrupted by new technology in our society, the moviegoing experience is changing.
"The Moodys" deserves applause for its attempt to portray Christmas as it really is -- a holiday of high expectations that are seldom realized.
Fred Rogers was the last and perhaps the first of his kind -- a TV personality like few others.
If Hallmark Channel's holiday movies come across like two-hour, live-action Christmas cards, then that is likely the point.
TV's apparent love affair with bears enters a new phase next week with "Man Vs. Bear" on the Discovery Channel.
Most of us can agree there is too much plastic, but we also know that it is in almost everything we own and use.
A new Netflix sitcom with a main character named Emmy is not likely to win one any time soon.