In the middle of a red-hot summer of illness and strife comes a new drama series about death.
If the annual Emmy nominations were a sporting event, they would require a scoreboard of unprecedented dimensions to display all of the numbers.
"What's It Worth?" is coming to A&E at a time when values seem to be tumbling on "Antiques Roadshow."
Regis Philbin came from a generation of TV personalities and entertainers whose mantra seemed to be "keep working, never retire."
When it comes to so many things -- cooking, baking, homemaking, catering, holiday handicrafting and operating heavy machinery -- Martha Stewart does indeed know best.
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.
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.
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.
The most constructive way to approach the new reality series called "Lost Resort" is with compassion.
A look at last week's prime-time upfront special on NBC revealed that affiliate concerns about the show's contents were largely unfounded.