With this week's Twitter attacks on Mika, the Trump "strategy" is to bad-mouth TV personalities who criticize him and then insert a few claims about ratings that are baseless and inaccurate.
A regional power company in Tennessee has emerged as Consumer Reports' top-rated TV provider, edging out Google Fiber by one point.
Here is another show premiere on Comedy Central featuring a comedian no one my age has ever heard of headlining a show based, however loosely, on his life.
Stephen Colbert went to Russia, announced it on his show when he returned, showed some clips and made a lot of jokes about it. Most importantly, he made headlines.
As the news that Maitland is really Myers is making the rounds, some are questioning the wisdom of Myers taking on this role in a summer TV series that represents the very worst of what TV has ever offered.
It was inevitable that the people who make women-in-peril movies at Lifetime would set one of their made-for-TV movies in a tiny house -- the epitome of coziness, safety and worry-free living.
Well, that was disappointing -- surprising too because I had held out some slim hope that somehow "Fargo" would redeem itself in the season finale that aired on FX Wednesday night.
Flying in the face of those who would disrupt daytime television, CBS has renewed five hours worth of daytime shows -- two game shows, two soaps and one talk show.
Summer is still the time for television networks to scrape the bottom of their development barrels for dregs that they foist upon the rest of us in prime time.
Megyn Kelly made Alex Jones look like an idiot. And if that was the goal of the segment, then mission accomplished, Megyn.