The hazards of advanced technology that outpaces mankind's ability to control it was a recurring theme in some of the best-reviewed shows in the "TV Blog" in 2020.
In the drama category, the worst-reviewed show here might have been Peacock's new telling of Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World."
The pandemic and its consequences were deeply felt in the TV industry -- which makes COVID-19 the year's top story in television.
The legends we lost in 2020 included top stars, unforgettable supporting players, talk show hosts, newsmen, writers, executives, producers and more.
"A Charlie Brown Christmas" is absent from network television this year for the first time since it premiered on CBS on December 9, 1965.
"The Watch" is one of those graphic-novel-like representations of some future or parallel world in which civilization is decidedly down in the dumps.
The first network sitcom of the new year represents the second show to appear this season with a former star of "The Big Bang Theory."
The most outspoken character on "Last Man Standing" has always been Tim Allen's character, Mike Baxter, a marketing executive.
"American Idol" judge Katy Perry was No. 1 in social engagement among prime-time series talent.
A new TV rendering of the Stephen King novel "The Stand" coming to CBS All Access can be tough to watch.