It seems fitting that a comedy series based in a Walmart-type, big-box store would make its debut at the outset of the Christmas shopping season. "Superstore" is scheduled to make its "official" debut on Monday, Jan. 4, at 8 p.m. Eastern.
Seven episodes into the second season of "Fargo," my initial reaction to the show remains the same: This is the best show of the year. It comes down to storytelling.
Bindi Irwin won the mirror-ball trophy on "Dancing With the Stars" Tuesday night -- and there wasn't a dry eye in the house.
You know you're in trouble when p.r. people can't even be bothered to correctly spell the names of various principals in the TV show they're supposed to be publicizing. A case in point was a press release received Monday from TBS on behalf of new comedy "Angie Tribeca."
A new outer-space series called "The Expanse" from the Syfy channel will not premiere on the network until Dec. 14, but is being released today on VOD and online.
Perhaps the main difference between an old scripted show and an old network late-night show, if they are done well, is that the latter is timely and the former, timeless.
On "Railroad Alaska: Real Time Train Ride", "you will see nothing -- or almost nothing -- other than what the cameras themselves see attached to the train," the press release said.
Sometimes justice is served -- as with the cancellation of ABC's "Wicked City," the first and only new show to be cancelled so far in the new season.
If you are willing to suspend your skepticism because your experience in the real world has been so different, then "Chicago Med" is a very worthy addition to the canon of TV hospital shows.
"Supergirl" premiered to a total audience of 12.96 million, but in the course of three episodes, lost nearly 38% of its total audience and 45% of its 18-49 audience. How can this be?