Media consolidation -- namely, the combining of already large companies to create even bigger ones -- is all the rage this week.
Considering the world we live in, it is understandable that clandestine warfare has become a TV obsession.
Apparently, the f-word is still capable of giving people a shock -- even in this day and age in which the word is in wide use.
In addition to all of the ways Twitter has enlivened society, it is now the go-to destination for mourning people we never knew personally.
Winfrey is the subject of a year-long exhibition at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington.
The differences are in the details. The patriarch of the family in "Succession" is a Scot, not an Australian like Rupert Murdoch.
The ex-president may have felt blindsided by "Today" show's Monica Lewinsky questions.
Heaven forbid that contestants in a pageant, in which beauty has long played a part, be judged for the way they look.
"American Woman" is a drama that happens to be a half-hour. So what's wrong with that?
This is not a defense of Samantha Bee's use of a four-letter word to insult Ivanka Trump -- but how was Bee supposed to know?