In a very conspicuous break with tradition, Showtime is keeping the lid on "Twin Peaks" by providing no advance screening opportunities for critics. Mystery surrounds this decision.
ABC has a comedy series premiering this week about a talking dog -- and the dog is the star of the show.
Steve Harvey is a very busy man -- a performer begging for consideration who has taken a direct approach in this interoffice communique to ensure that he is understood.
The current season of upfront presentations in New York has been underway since March 2. The upfronts reach their apogee next week with eight presentations staged in four days.
"American Idol" comes from an era in which reality tv was still new and the networks -- particularly Fox in those days -- were in a decidedly experimental state of mind.
Much of this Sinclair deal looks good on paper -- but only if one believes deeply that the local TV business will still exist, or at the very least, be recognizable in a future that is not too far away.
With the new third season of "Fargo," the series is suddenly trafficking inexplicably in anti-Semitic caricature. As a viewer, these stereotypes are jarring and shocking.
The challenge for Fox News Channel is this: Convincing the world that sexual-harassment will not be tolerated in the workplace there, and that its female on-air personalities are just as prized as its male stars.
Getting down in a gutter to make a point about how he feels about the President of the United States was not a shrewd strategy.
The careful stage-managing of the Megyn Kelly era at NBC is now underway. The real challenge for NBC News: Turning Kelly into a real newsperson.