Network television's commitment to these occasional live musicals is to be commended.
The two new back-to-back episodes of "Roseanne" that aired from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday on ABC drew 18.2 million viewers.
Media personalities today will never know the joys of mass popularity of the kind enjoyed by Imus and his radio peers.
Another media night in America: a high-profile journalist scores a prime-time exclusive with a salacious newsmaker. The inevitable results: high ratings for CBS and robust sales at a local tavern.
With a style and pace that were the standard for '80s and '90s sitcoms, the new/old "Roseanne" takes its place Tuesday on an ABC lineup full of modern-day comedies that at first glance would seem to be worlds away from it.
Hit man enrolls in acting classes. From this simple description springs Season One of "Barry," which premieres Sunday night on HBO.
Some ad-supported networks are looking to bridge the gap between ad-supported and ad-free by reducing the number of ads they air: most notably, Fox.
The revival of "American Idol" may be the smartest thing ABC has ever done. The show looks and sounds the same, but there is a new panel of three judges.
The central storyline of this new Syfy series is about the planet Krypton several generations before the birth of the planet's most famous emigre, Superman.
Upfront season has only just begun, and the empowerment of women has already taken center stage as an upfront theme.