When all is said and done, the best TV show of 2019, as reflected in the reviews published here, was a PBS documentary.
Looking back at the review columns that appeared here in 2019, the tally of pans outnumbered raves by a ratio of almost 2-1.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot? Not on your life -- especially when remembering the TV immortals who died in 2019.
The biggest stories in TV this year were mostly business ones -- mergers, consolidations and the emergence of new entrants in the streaming arena.
After a couple of false starts, the "TV Blog" presents Darlene Love singing "Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)".
The sentiment expressed in the famous English song title "There'll Always Be An England" is realized and sustained, at least in part, by PBS.
Sometimes the practice of journalism can be aided greatly by the use of one's own eyes.
We seem to be having a children's TV moment, even if this particular moment is characterized by kids' shows that are not real.
It was surprising to hear the name Roseanne uttered during a recent episode of ABC's "Roseanne" spinoff, "The Conners."
Taking the time to join in the chorus of outrage about the content of an exercise-bike commercial is surely a First World activity.