Fox's new "Cherries Wild" sounds an awful lot like "The Joker's Wild," a show that first came to TV in 1972.
A new NBC sitcom about the early life of Dwayne Johnson has him running for president in 2032.
As last Sunday's Super Bowl demonstrated, it can be difficult to locate that sweet spot between trying too hard and not trying hard enough.
Hannibal Lecter makes no appearance in the premiere episode of "Clarice," another procedural crime drama on CBS with a focus on serial killers.
Is it too much to ask of one of our premiere rock stars that he lighten up when he comes to a Super Bowl party?
Discovery's scorched-earth promotion campaign for its new streaming service has not visibly ebbed since the last time the "TV Blog" got into this subject on January 8.
This cartoon show poses an eternal question: If you were assigned to craft a new image for Hell, what would you do?
As always, the commercials will be widely noted, seen and talked about. The preference here is: The wackier the better.
Depending on one's point of view, the final season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" represents either a boon to mankind or an incalculable loss.
From straight out of the CBS action-drama playbook comes "The Equalizer," starring Queen Latifah.