The subject of not naming the shooter in a mass killing last came up in the "TV Blog" in June 2016.
The show tries very hard to be another "This Is Us," but it pales in comparison.
Such is the state of TV comedy today that the very definition of comedy is an elastic concept.
Loughlin was one of two TV stars caught up in the scandal. The other was Felicity Huffman, best known for "Desperate Housewives."
Elba plays Charlie, a failing London DJ who becomes a nanny for a movie star's daughter.
What will the new "Twilight Zone" be preoccupied with? Here's a wild guess: Trump.
Basic cable's infatuation with some of the better-remembered reality-TV brands of a decade ago makes a certain amount of sense.
"Project Runway" returns for a new season this week without the two leading lights who formed the very foundation of the show.
The news about Alex Trebek and his battle with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer was universally jarring and saddening.
What do the makers of TV commercials featuring "real people, not actors" think actors are? Robots? Automatons? Extraterrestrials?