On Presidents Day, it is traditional to remember the great presidents born in February. But in this presidential-primary season, it seems appropriate to turn our attention to the would-be presidents too.
USA has aired this annual rite of February since 1984. Next year, it moves to Fox Sports under a 10-year rights deal announced last July. Fox Sports 1 will share coverage of the Westminster show with co-owned Nat Geo Wild.
Megyn Kelly is suddenly the premiere TV newswoman in America. In recent months, the graph line on her public profile has shot up dramatically, following her confrontation with Donald Trump when she moderated the first Fox News Channel Republican debate last August in Cleveland.
Premiering Sunday, Feb. 14, "Vinyl" was co-created by Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, author Rich Cohen and Terence Winter, writer/producer on "The Sopranos" and then creator of "Boardwalk Empire."
Television is facing the end of the world by laughing at it. It may not qualify as a full-blown trend under the "official" rules, but perhaps we can make an exception for these two prime-time comedies.
Lady Gaga knocked the national anthem out of the park, Beyonce choreographed a homage to the radical Black Panthers, and Colonial Williamsburg's ad showed historic film footage in reverse.
The f-word is now infiltrating the very titles of our TV shows. Exhibit A: The new show proudly announced by soon-to-be-launched network Viceland, titled "F*ck, That's Delicious."
If Sunday's live telecast of "Grease" demonstrated anything, it's that when all is said and done, the key to drawing an audience is putting on a great show, The network chose a surefire show, went all in on the production, and scheduled it shrewdly.
From O.J. Simpson to Bernie Madoff, prime-time TV this week is looking more like "America's Most Wanted" every day.
"The People v. O.J. Simpson" is so well-made that it enables you to relive the Simpson years as if you are experiencing them for the first time.