Rest in peace? Not when you're a famous murder victim, and the crime remains unsolved after 20 years. That's a recipe for TV exploitation.
Fortunately for the person or persons who composed the title of this Discovery miniseries, there was just one Harley and at least two Davidsons involved in the creation of this iconic American company.
For those who desire to be TV critics, I offer these helpful tips -- the basis for a full-fledged guidebook in the formative stages that I like to call "How I Write TV Reviews (and You Can Too!)".
How does Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton escape from the daily grind of campaigning? By watching TV, of course -- although the campaign is never far from her thoughts ...
America wants to know: Who will walk the Today Show's new puppy in inclement weather?
LeBron James puts in an appearance at the beginning of the premiere episode of "Cleveland Hustles" on CNBC, and then disappears, never to be seen again.
Not that this should necessarily present a barrier to enjoyment, but much of this new four-week NBC series called "Better Late Than Never" doesn't ring true.
Of all the NBC Olympics personalities who became involved in the Ryan Lochte Rio robbery tall tale, Billy Bush has emerged as the one who was the most bamboozled.
The first and only time I came face to face with John McLaughlin, I thought he was nuts. But I eventually came to understand that he wasn't really crazy. He was just another TV talk-show host cut from the same cloth as so many others.
TV ratings will tell you how many people are watching a show, and even their approximate age (within various ranges). But how do viewers really feel about the shows they're watching?