Imagine a world in which some networks filled their schedules with mini-marathons of a small handful of shows repeated over and over again.
A trial in Trenton a dozen years ago revealed what it took for David Chase to create and then produce "The Sopranos."
Those who are complaining about "Made In Staten Island" are correct: It is a new low in television.
In one of the show's opening sequences, a headmaster disciplines an unruly girl student by suddenly smashing her in the nose with his cane.
Welcome to what could become a new era in reality TV -- revivals of the first wave of reality shows from the early 2000s.
Much of "The Passage" on Fox is ludicrous, but the show's odd couple on the run is worth cheering for.
This installment of "True Detective" involves the disappearance of two preteen siblings while they are out riding their bikes.
For their presentations Tuesday night, the president and his two opponents get F's.
The subject of God presents a challenge to TV networks -- and yet, every couple of seasons, some network tries again to tackle this topic.
So much is wrong with this new MTV reality series that it is difficult to know where to begin.