The Tim Allen comedy returns to TV Friday on Fox well over a year since a new episode was last seen on ABC.
The challenge for this show will be to try and make believers out of social media skeptics.
The finished product has a musty air to it, like the whole thing was just recently unpacked from deep storage and reeks permanently of mothballs.
This sad show tells the story of a group of friends reacting to another friend's untimely suicide.
By the end of the premiere episode, there are glimmers of hope that this show might evolve into something better.
A new NBC hospital show might have you pondering TV's propensity for producing medical dramas that all look the same after a while.
The show's principal challenge is to make its farfetched premise believable and plausible.
Diversity took center stage Monday night as Emmy awards were bestowed on a wide variety of performers and programs of every stripe.
The action in the premiere episode seems intended to persuade audiences that this is not their grandfather's "Magnum."
The nominees represent what you might call the four types of TV platforms prevalent today -- broadcast networks, basic cable, pay-cable and streaming.