When a TV network resorts to clowns throwing pies, then you know you are in a season of supreme silliness.
"The Drew Barrymore Show" is a new offering from the undisputed titans of national first-run syndication, CBS Television Distribution.
Creepy things are happening just beneath the surface on an isolated British isle in "The Third Day."
TV's biggest attraction comes back in earnest this weekend surrounded by questions.
A sense of floating downstream is not generally a feeling one associates with watching television.
In another new wrinkle stemming from the disruptions caused by COVID-19, our broadcast networks are picking up TV shows that have already aired elsewhere.
"Woke" represents the best treatment of the hot-button issue of race that has been produced for television so far this year.
The two presidential candidates will face off in three debates, while their vice-presidential running mates will grapple verbally in one debate.
The year of COVID-19 would not seem to be the best time to mount cheek-to-cheek dancing competitions, but that is exactly what ABC and CBS intend to do.
Reviewing a TV show with the three-letter word "Wow" is not the most sophisticated way to go about writing a review, but there it is.