The wellness-spa concept gets taken to unpredictable extremes in "Nine Perfect Strangers," a new Hulu drama series streaming this week.
Josephine was one of a handful of unforgettable TV commercial characters from the 1960s and '70s.
How did a guy like Mike Richards land the "Jeopardy!" host job? One reason could be: There are no real quiz show hosts anymore.
Anyone who has ever experienced the agony of seasickness might find the premiere episode of this new food show to be rough going.
The show has "Shark Tank" star Kevin O'Leary as the judge/mediator of disputes that real people are experiencing around money issues.
The new "Fantasy Island" on Fox is as unlike the original series as 2021 is different from 1977, the year the original premiered on ABC.
It is the first scripted TV show of its kind to focus on Native-American teens in contemporary America.
A new family competition show premiering this weekend might be the first show in TV history that has been adapted from somebody's "antics."
When does a commercial load become too much of a good thing? That is a question whose answer depends on the eye of the beholder.
Whoever wrote in a TV Blog last May that a Kevin Hart talk show coming to Peacock would be a "dud on arrival" should be ashamed of himself.