Cesar Millan and Bob Costas, both top talents in their respective fields, return to TV with new shows this coming Friday.
Almost no other work produced for television has been more long-lasting than the English-made "Up" series.
A high level of creativity -- and the astronomical effort that goes along with it -- are evident in every frame of the new animated series called "Ultra City Smiths."
Jeff Bezos and his space-travel dreams got oodles of free publicity as TV turned its cameras on the first manned flight of his Blue Origin space capsule.
A new summer reality series on A&E serves as a reminder of how far the quality of air travel has declined in the years many of us have been alive.
The show is adapted from the 1989 movie of the same name that starred Tom Hanks as a police detective with a big, unruly dog.
"Icon: Music Through the Lens" highlights a subject tailor-made for the visual medium of television.
Victory this year goes to the companies that boast the most Emmy-nominated platforms. Walt Disney Co. led, followed by WarnerMedia and Netflix.
A New York Times story published last week about a new round of competition in weather reporting omitted mention of AccuWeather.
Based on a real-life surgeon who earned a reputation for gross malpractice, the show features hard-to-watch operating scenes.