• America The Sad: 'This Is Us' Reveals Nation Of Weepers
    Conversations about TV these days often turn to "This Is Us" and its tear-jerking propensities.
  • With Westminster Kennel Club, Fox Sports Puts On The Dog
    This two-night live telecast in February has become an annual tradition on par with "It's a Wonderful Life" every December.
  • Fox's 'Proven Innocent' Is A Humdrum Drama About Murder
    If murder did not exist, what on Earth would approximately 90% of our TV shows be about?
  • TBS God-Com Starts Heavenly, Then Goes To Hell
    It is a rare phenomenon for a new show to start out so promisingly, and then suddenly walk off a cliff into the abyss of TV tastelessness.
  • Acclaimed 'Mister Rogers' Doc Comes To HBO
    The documentary by filmmaker Morgan Neville was a box office hit when it was released to theaters last year.
  • State Of The Union Speech Was All Upside For Trump
    Among the surprises during President Trump's second State of the Union speech were the instances where the opposition actually applauded him.
  • Super Bowl Spots, Take 2: Does This Look Screwy To You?
    Various sponsors' attempts to come across as comedic or offbeat fell flat, or were vaguely (or not so vaguely) off-putting.
  • Memo To Sponsors: Please Can The Sad Super Bowl Spots
    The face and voice of a sad little boy has no place in a joyous, fun environment such as the Super Bowl.
  • Late-Night Rivals Stick Up For Noah In Odd Ad Campaign
    Late-night hosts who compete for viewership are not supposed to go around supporting each other.
  • Super Bowl Is TV's Last Big Show
    Another Super Bowl is upon us, and with it comes a national holiday that feels quintessentially American.
Next Entries »