In case you forgot, ABC is making a new "Roseanne." The news surrounding this epic reboot has been surprisingly scanty.
If a "Deadwood" actually comes to HBO next year, it will be more than 10 years since it was last promised. "Deadwood" fans are no doubt excited by this news, which suddenly appeared on various entertainment-trade sites and elsewhere over the weekend.
An episode of "Mr. Robot" last week demonstrated how far TV has come in its adoption of cinematic production qualities.
A recent clash between Disney and the nation's community of movie critics could be a harbinger of things to come.
The incredible thing about this new reality show on USA Network about an NFL star's family is that TV is still making shows like this.
"No Activity" is about nothing, literally. It is a comedy about cops on a very, very tedious stakeout at some sort of port facility in which nothing happens.
A story that purports to report on "criticism" leveled at Larry David in the wake of his "Saturday Night Live" monologue illustrates what's wrong with most journalism today.
The basic elements of effective storytelling take a holiday in a Depression Era dramatic series coming to USA Network this week.
This is just a great idea for a reality show: Real job candidates going through the interview process, after which one of them will get the job.
Does frequent on-air promotion of upcoming TV shows still bring in audiences? That's a key question as the premiere approaches for NatGeo's ambitious dramatization of the Iraq War, "The Long Road Home."