Since 2007, the foundation of Gwyneth Paltrow's goop empire has been her website, goop.com. Now she is adding a TV show.
It's Rob Lowe again. And this time, he's a veteran fire captain with 9/11 battle scars.
The prime-time "Jeopardy!" faceoff was a great idea. And it can be counted as a huge success.
In the future, human beings will screw up, just as they do now.
No one should tune in to "68 Whiskey" expecting to find the Afghan War version of "M*A*S*H." Sour mash is more like it.
The subject of TV violence comes up so rarely in ordinary conversations that it comes as a surprise when anybody mentions it.
The New York cops seen in "Lincoln Rhyme" bear no resemblance to the men and women of the NYPD.
The overall mood of the show is akin to attending a very long funeral.
In the coverage of Gervais's remarks afterward, various comments were cited for the attention they drew or, in some cases, did not draw.
"Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" does not really know what it wants to be. Is it a lighthearted musical-comedy or a straight-up tragedy?