New drama series capable of generating critical heat or viewer buzz for basic cable have virtually disappeared.
Since the premiere of "The Queen's Gambit" on Netflix on October 23, interest in chess has soared.
Another day, another TV drama about a main character who is a hard-partying train wreck.
You know that cable television is in trouble when at least two widely distributed basic cable channels are each relying basically on one show apiece.
Who would dare put on a musical Christmas TV movie like this one? Only Dolly would!
Screech was the old show's resident dweeb, played by Dustin Diamond who seems to be the only co-star of the old series who was not invited back.
It seems like only yesterday that Conan O'Brien was plucked from obscurity to replace David Letterman as host of "Late Night" on NBC.
Leading actor Nicholas Pinnock is still the best feature of the ABC prison-lawyer series called "For Life."
As everybody knows, Disney is such a huge company that it stands to reason that the video content it produces varies widely.
"Bull" returns at a fever pitch for its fifth season with an episode that confronts COVID-19 in a way no other series has yet attempted.