Two new Marvel shows on two different networks both feature human beings endowed with special powers and abilities.
This new ABC drama series starring Kyra Sedgwick is so complicated that it almost rates the coining of a new drama category -- the compli-drama.
For no discernible reason, "The Simpsons" starts its 29th season Sunday night with an elaborate half-hour spoof of "Game of Thrones."
The new "Will & Grace" is humming on all cylinders, as if the people involved took a very long vacation and have now returned well-rested and raring to go.
"Me, Myself and I" is about a man at three stages of his life: age 14 in 1991, age 40 in the present day, and age 65 in 2042.
Welcome to the new fall TV season, where "catch the product placement" has the potential to become a new drinking game.
It may just be coincidental, but for the first time in memory, a handful of upcoming new high-profile TV shows are not being made available to TV columnists and critics in advance of their air dates.
Bumpy-headed aliens, a long-time staple of futuristic space shows, can be seen this fall on "The Orville" and the new "Star Trek: Discovery" coming to CBS and CBS All Access starting this coming Sunday.
What do the big winners at Sunday's Emmy Awards have in common? They don't take commercials, folks. That's not their purpose. They exist to lure subscribers, not advertisers.
A stage-musical version of one of the most loved TV shows of all time will run through Oct. 29 in Millburn, New Jersey. After that, it might be Broadway-bound.