It's doubtful that Donald Trump will ever admit his life is a satire. But he does seem keenly self-aware -- and perhaps more to the point, self-confident -- so much so that he seems quite comfortable being satirized.
Maybe there's a new word -- "blanding" together -- to describe how network sitcoms all seem the same after a while. Such is the case with "Truth Be Told," first introduced last May at the NBC Upfront with the title "People Are Talking."
ABC Family announced that it would become Freeform in January -- and the company has come up with a new word to identify its apparent target audience: Becomers.
If you can't keep your shirt on in anticipation of Donny Deutsch's new sitcom "Donny!" then you're not alone. Deutsch can't keep his shirt on either. The 57-year-old adman goes shirtless in both shows in the service of each episode's plot.
The new season of "Fargo" has everything -- great acting, writing, locations, cinematography, and a story that seems to grow more believable the more farfetched it becomes.
Monday night marks the premiere of one of the most unusual concepts ever attempted for a prime-time TV show: An hour-long, lighthearted comedy about stalking. Is this insane or what? Well, maybe.
Jay Leno still keeps tabs on the current crop of late-night stars -- except for Jimmy Kimmel, who has been so vocal over the years about his disdain for Leno.
Despite all of its high style -- scenes filmed through fish-eye lenses and the like -- "American Horror Story" often comes across as a garden variety example of a horror movie.
Jay Leno oohs and ahs over engines, discusses brake packages and other minutiae, and engages in juvenile repartee with other car guys in "Jay Leno's Garage." Wednesday night's premiere is the first of eight episodes.
Driven primarily by Stephen Colbert's takeover of "The Late Show" on Sept. 8, all eyes are on the New York-based late-night competition represented mainly by Colbert and Jimmy Fallon.