A new documentary miniseries about "Star Trek" is simultaneously lighthearted, informative and highly entertaining.
TV appears to be in another one of its occasional mini-booms in the remaking and rebooting of series from the recent and distant past.
"Cheat Day USA" encourages dieters to splurge on high-calorie foods on "cheat days," even though diet and nutrition experts decry the practice.
The CW plans to air a remake of "The Homecoming: A Christmas Story," the 1971 TV movie that launched the original "Waltons" series.
"The 4400" was a sci-fi gem of the mid-'00s, but in a sign of the times, it has now been remade as a not-very-gemlike race allegory.
Netflix says "Squid Game" has emerged as the most popular show it has ever offered, which is no mean feat.
A number of TV shows today brand themselves with the words "America" or "American" in their titles or slogans. But is this a good idea?
This coming Friday would have been the launch date for "The Activist," the new CBS activism-competition reality show.
The series premiere presents a series of circumstances that will bring four women back together to recapture their 1990s hip-hop glory.
The theme of "Wakefield" seems to be: who's crazier -- the mentally ill patients residing in a psychiatric hospital, or all the rest of us?