As one contestant says in the premiere episode of "Genius Junior," this quiz program intends to "show that America isn't as dumb as it seems." And irony of ironies, the medium for this demonstration will be network television.
One or two impressive credentials are never enough for CBS crime fighters. The network's newest tracker of serial killers is a case in point.
If you happen to think watching cute kids cavort for a half hour on TV is entertaining, then guess again.
The photo of a taco-eating miscreant was just about the most action-packed of all of the photos ABC provided for publicity purposes in support of this new lawyer show.
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" might be the smartest thing ABC has ever done. While the show looks and sounds the same, there is a new panel of three judges -- Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan -- representing R&B, pop and country, respectively.
The teen boy who is the show's central character is obnoxious and difficult to like -- which also serves as a description of the show.
For the second time this year, a new CW series gets a thumbs-up review here.
The Oscar for Most Classy goes to Eva Marie Saint, who outshone everyone else at the Academy Awards Sunday night.
Dueling press releases that came out of NBC and ABC last week each declared victory in the shows' first-ever face-off at 10 p.m. Eastern on Monday night.