The motion-picture industry is converging with television so swiftly that the two are now more or less the same thing.
Remember the Oprah Winfrey interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle? You can be forgiven if the whole thing has slipped your mind.
The new "Law & Order: Organized Crime" is the seventh "Law & Order" series.
Rebel is a non-lawyer who gets involved in battles of a legal nature in which powerful organizations are victimizing various commonfolk.
The show's credits state that it was inspired by the original "Kung Fu" series of the 1970s and yet, it bears no resemblance at all to that show.
Income disparities between three grown children form the basis for the show. Hence the title "Home Economics."
A documentary about Severinsen serves as a reminder that the kind of TV many of us knew for most of our lives is ancient history for many others.
A 39-year-old woman plays a 14-year-old boy in a new sitcom whose premise is one of the most unusual that has ever been conceived for a TV comedy.