Harris is game for anything, and has the talent to pull anything off. His "Best Time Ever" show delivered on its promise to present creative prank segments and stunts that would be unlike anything seen before on TV.
With a title like "The Bastard Executioner," we can expect an execution or two. And that's not all.The executioner's actual profession is meting out punishment, of which executions are just one form.
In a now-infamous story, Walt Disney announced his idea for producing the first full-length animated movie and then acted out the entire movie -- what would become "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." The story of the movie's painstaking production forms the centerpiece of Part 1 of the documentary.
It wasn't quite summer and it was not yet fall, but you might say this was the week when the fall TV season got underway.
Another NFL season will kick off tonight, featuring the team and star quarterback at the center of this year's negative NFL stories. The results are easy to predict: Far from turning people off, they'll tune in by the millions.
Looking back on Stephen Colbert's debut Tuesday night on "The Late Show" on CBS, you begin to understand why the show had to run for an extra nine minutes.
"Will the real Stephen Colbert please stand up?" The question is whether Colbert can unzip himself from the "costume" he wore on "The Colbert Report" to assume a new role as host of "The Late Show" on CBS.
As with other predictions I have issued over the years, this one did not come true. Incredibly, "Fashion Police" is still alive, having returned just this past Monday.
Local TV stations around the country are looking forward to a banner year in 2016, when spending on political advertising is expected to soar. As a big fan of political commercials, I say: Bring 'em on.
No sooner did a press release arrive on Tuesday announcing that "The Tonight Show" had booked Donald Trump for next Friday's show than another announcement came that Joe Biden would appear a day earlier on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on CBS.