TV's role as an ad medium is getting a shot in the arm this month -- if the claims about the upfront sales season's robust health are accurate.
Most of the insurance TV commercials are attractive spots, but afterwards, I often cannot remember the company name or the selling message.
Somehow, for reasons unknown, the smallish ViacomCBS-owned TV network known as The CW has an uncanny knack for storytelling.
ABC's new "Celebrity Dating Game" is the kind of TV-show idea you think of when you're drunk.
A new comedy premiering this week on HBO Max underscores one of the key weaknesses inherent in the task of reviewing TV shows for a living.
Do any of the purveyors and producers of our visual entertainment media understand the concept of "entertainment" anymore?
The off-color titles of her TV shows apparently present no obstacle to actress Annie Murphy of "Schitt's Creek" and now "Kevin Can F**K Himself."
In our household, "Columbo," along with the action movies of John Wick and Jason Bourne, have become something of a habit.
A new Netflix food show raises the love of deep-fried foods to a whole new level, and reignites concerns about the way TV promotes unhealthy lifestyles.
The many challenges of how to name a new company are summed up in Discovery Inc.'s decision to rename itself Warner Bros. Discovery.