"On Becoming a God in Central Florida" was the best reviewed show this summer here in the "TV Blog."
So many of the new shows the networks teased last May at the upfronts are coming across as the same old, same old.
At least three critically acclaimed and hugely popular TV series are getting the one-off movie treatment.
Watching Jay Leno on his CNBC show "Jay Leno's Garage" can make one wistful for a simpler time.
The crime for which "DWTS" stands accused: Enlisting former Trump press secretary Sean Spicer as a contestant.
The number of Democratic candidates qualifying for next month's debates might be nearly cut in half, but ABC hopes to stretch them over two nights.
Awkward title, great show. That just about sums up the TV Blog's initial reaction to this new Showtime series.
The renewals are good news because these shows have been among TV's most entertaining spectacles ever since they first premiered.
The FX comedy about a sad clown in which comedian Louie Anderson played a woman has its series finale this week.
The news that Drew Barrymore is reportedly shooting a daytime talk-show pilot is a sign that legacy broadcasting is not dead yet.