by Adam Buckman on Jul 31, 7:00 AM
In the middle of a red-hot summer of illness and strife comes a new drama series about death.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 30, 8:00 AM
If the annual Emmy nominations were a sporting event, they would require a scoreboard of unprecedented dimensions to display all of the numbers.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 29, 12:00 AM
"What's It Worth?" is coming to A&E at a time when values seem to be tumbling on "Antiques Roadshow."
by Adam Buckman on Jul 28, 7:00 AM
Regis Philbin came from a generation of TV personalities and entertainers whose mantra seemed to be "keep working, never retire."
by Adam Buckman on Jul 27, 9:18 AM
When it comes to so many things -- cooking, baking, homemaking, catering, holiday handicrafting and operating heavy machinery -- Martha Stewart does indeed know best.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 24, 8:00 AM
Trader Joe's? Meet "Twilight Zone" creator Rod Serling, who forecast a time when a giant food retailer would cave in to a teenager's criticism.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 23, 8:00 AM
The world of sports provides us with an apt metaphor for the way our lives have been turned upside down this year: ice hockey in August.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 22, 8:00 AM
Syfy's shark movies are all campy, to say the least. And some of that Syfy camp seems to have rubbed off on Discovery and NatGeo.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 21, 8:00 AM
The most constructive way to approach the new reality series called "Lost Resort" is with compassion.
by Adam Buckman on Jul 20, 8:00 AM
A look at last week's prime-time upfront special on NBC revealed that affiliate concerns about the show's contents were largely unfounded.