At such times as the death of a beloved superstar, YouTube earns its keep.
It was a first for a TV show and for the 50-year-old research company whose specialty is "measuring customer experience."
All of the principal stars are back, and they are joined as usual by a bevy of surprise guests in offbeat roles.
Where Omarosa is concerned, a less credible witness and interpreter of President Trump's statements and actions would be difficult to find.
Almost since the beginning, many have regarded the Kardashian phenomenon as the bane of civilization.
This summer's Les Moonves sex harassment story at CBS could nudge the Roseanne story out of the top spot.
To its credit, CBS News has not shied away from reporting on its own top executives who stand accused of sexual harassment.
At the networks' annual summer promotional press tour in L.A., CBS execs are being sharply questioned about their boss.
There is no way that a so-called reality show called "Castaways" is going to evade comparisons and references to "Gilligan's Island" in this review.
"Lodge 49" has a literary quality that is rare for television.