It was inevitable that the people who make women-in-peril movies at Lifetime would set one of their made-for-TV movies in a tiny house -- the epitome of coziness, safety and worry-free living.
Well, that was disappointing -- surprising too because I had held out some slim hope that somehow "Fargo" would redeem itself in the season finale that aired on FX Wednesday night.
Flying in the face of those who would disrupt daytime television, CBS has renewed five hours worth of daytime shows -- two game shows, two soaps and one talk show.
Summer is still the time for television networks to scrape the bottom of their development barrels for dregs that they foist upon the rest of us in prime time.
Megyn Kelly made Alex Jones look like an idiot. And if that was the goal of the segment, then mission accomplished, Megyn.
An information war is being waged by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones against Megyn Kelly and NBC News, and Jones is winning.
Adam West's death last week served as a reminder of a TV era when actors came to resent the very shows that made them famous.
When does the environment created by the contents of a TV show become so repellent that no advertiser on earth would agree to be associated with it?
In just her third week on the air, Megyn Kelly has accomplished something that was so avoidable, you wouldn't think it was even possible.
Somehow, Oliver Stone gained an incredible amount of access to Vladimir Putin -- a man you wouldn't expect would be so eager to talk so publicly about so many subjects.