• Fox's 'Christmas Story' Musical Makes Cleveland Rock
    A Cleveland block party is the place to be on Sunday, Dec. 17 as "Christmas Story" fans convene to watch Fox's live musical production on two giant outdoor screens.
  • Golden Globes To NBC: You Are Us
    The wacky Golden Globes are at it again, nominating TV shows in a manner that suggests a handful of darts thrown haphazardly at a dartboard.
  • The Prince And The Showgirl: USA Produces A Princess
    The second-born son of the heir to the British throne is engaged to an American actress who stars on a long-running drama series on a network literally named USA.
  • TV Is Stuck In A Reboot Twilight Zone
    CBS's proposed new version of "The Twilight Zone" will never equal the greatness of the original.
  • Our Candidate To Replace Matt Lauer: Al Roker
    Some observers say there is no one in particular who is "ready" or "qualified" to take on Lauer's job. Qualified? Ready? Two words: Al Roker.
  • Post-Lauer Sex-Harassment Survey Advises: Take Fast Action
    A new survey on the Lauer sexual-harassment situation indicates that most people want media companies to take quick action when they are beset with high-profile (or even low-profile) sex-harassment revelations and accusations.
  • Billy Bush: Anatomy Of A P.R. Campaign
    Billy Bush is on a mini-media campaign to shift attention away from his role in the infamous conversation with Donald Trump in 2005 -- and entirely onto Trump.
  • History Channel Hunts For Ratings Grail With 'Knightfall'
    A bevy of English actors populate the cast of "Knightfall," History Channel's latest based-on-history dramatic series premiering Wednesday night.
  • Happiness Is Definitely Not This Syfy Show Called 'Happy!'
    Happiness has nothing to do with it -- a characteristic this show shares with many others. "Sing hallelujah, c'mon get happy"? Not on your life, says this show.
  • If You Watch Bravo's 'Stripped,' Prepare To Be Rear-Ended
    If and when commercial-supported TV really does die, astute media historians will hopefully note how certain shows such as "Stripped" on Bravo contributed to TV's demise.
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