Sometimes it seems as if the job of debate moderator is right up there with hosting the Oscars -- they have both emerged as thankless jobs.
Bearing in mind that television is a visual medium, a TV columnist naturally will attempt to evaluate a political debate on its visual merits.
Those seeking to go elsewhere have a tantalizing new option this weekend -- "Dispatches From Elsewhere" on AMC.
A look at the streaming-service names we have right now reveals a number of different approaches.
The TV of the future is looking more and more like the TV of the past.
Violence and sadism await those who sample "Hunters" based on the advertising for the show that emphasizes the presence of Al Pacino.
Hope and optimism took the night off as the six Democratic presidential hopefuls faced off in a two-hour free-for-all of insults.
Mike Bloomberg's participation in the debate is emerging as the event's main talking point and news hook.
The contestants were challenged to answer questions such as: How many waffles are there in a box of Eggos?
In a clever tie-in to real-life events, "The Conners" went live on ABC last Tuesday as the outcome of the New Hampshire primary was being reported.