• TV Gets Plus-Sized As Paramount+ Launches Next Week
    Revivals of shows are a big part of Paramount+. The one making the most headlines is a new "Frasier" with Kelsey Grammer.
  • Peer Group: TV Countess Oprah Snares A Duke And Duchess
    Oprah Winfrey's upcoming prime-time interview special with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (aka Harry and Meghan) has a throwback feel.
  • Question For The Golden Globes: Why Bother?
    I perused the list of Golden Globe nominees just yesterday and came to the conclusion that nobody cares.
  • New Docu-Comedy 'She's The Boss' Struggles For Laughs
    "She's the Boss" is another reality show in which an extroverted central character is coached to exaggerate his or her already overbearing behavior.
  • CW's 'Superman & Lois' Proves Man Of Steel Is Indestructible
    The strange visitor from another planet who can leap tall buildings in a single bound flies back onto TV in a new series that positions him as a husband and father.
  • Can Do: Timely Tim Allen Show Celebrates American Ingenuity
    The show is called "Assembly Required" and it is co-hosted by Tim Allen and Richard Karn, former co-stars of the old ABC DIY comedy "Home Improvement."
  • Kevin James' 'Crew' Sitcom Seems Out Of Place On Netflix
    This show is structured, written and produced just like a sitcom that would be made for any commercial-supported network such as CBS.
  • Meet The Future Stars Of TCM: Keanu, Matt Damon, Madea
    How long can Turner Classic Movies continue with its emphasis on cinema that is now 60, 70 and 80 years old or more?
  • In New Year, COVID Is Less Prominent In Prime Time
    It could be that the makers of TV's scripted shows are ambivalent about COVID -- perhaps not unlike the way people in the real world are feeling about the pandemic these days.
  • Kenan Wins, But His New Sitcom Is One Big Cliche
    NBC has awarded loyal employee Kenan Thompson with his own sitcom under the supervision of Lorne Michaels.
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