by Adam Buckman on Jul 31, 9:41 AM
The title character of "Ray Donovan" feels like he belongs to the era of antiheroes: bad guys who did terrible things, although we rooted for them just the same.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 28, 9:29 AM
One of the problems with TV's ghost-hunting reality shows is the apparent shortage of supposedly haunted locations that are available to TV producers and their crews.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 27, 8:57 AM
A reality star's jail sentence became an opportunity for a special Tuesday on Lifetime. The convicted felon was Abby Lee Miller, the tyrannical dance instructor on "Dance Moms."
by Adam Buckman on Jul 26, 9:09 AM
Women have long been at the forefront on "Game of Thrones," but so far in the show's still-new seventh season, they seem to be dominating as never before.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 25, 8:00 AM
The Phelps vs. Shark gimmick helped Discovery kick off its annual week of shark shows known as "Shark Week."
by Adam Buckman on Jul 24, 11:53 AM
The new NBC drama series "Midnight, Texas" is far from the first TV show (or movie or suspense novel) to take its title from the name of a fictional town where all the residents harbor secrets -- some supernatural and some not.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 21, 9:38 AM
Discussions of who aired what during live events such as O.J.'s parole hearing are no longer relevant, and we don't need a TV to find live content.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 20, 9:43 AM
The summer's most unusual live TV show originates from a parole board hearing room in Carson City. The star of the show: The one and only O.J. Simpson.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 19, 8:38 AM
The BBC did a very 21st-century thing: They gave the title character of "Doctor Who" a sex change.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 18, 7:00 AM
Of all the fall pilots the networks have provided for preview, the "Big Bang Theory" spinoff called "Young Sheldon" is the one that fires a TV columnist's imagination most. A spinoff based on the childhood of perhaps the most popular character now on TV? That sounds like a no-brainer. Or is it?