The "TV Blog" salutes "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" for making it to 15 seasons.
A new animated Christmas special for children coming to The CW this week deserves to join the pantheon of holiday greats.
As before, this new "Nash Bridges" TV movie stars Don Johnson, now 71, as the titular, swashbuckling San Francisco supercop.
"The Waltons' Homecoming" is genuinely heartfelt and because of the quality of its production, it is very attractive to look at too.
The Clash was a band who were never wrong, yet their declaration that "phony Beatlemania has bitten the dust" has turned out to be false.
Everyone remembers 9/11, but it is sometimes easy to forget that a series of anthrax attacks was launched just about a week later.
ViacomCBS is so excited about this movie that it issued two separate news releases two days apart that ballyhooed its performance.
Constituencies with financial interests -- production partners, investors, stakeholders -- have also sought better data from Netflix.
Style outpaces substance in the new action series "Cowboy Bebop" on Netflix, but we wouldn't have it any other way.
The show is like "Lord of the Flies" on steroids. And that's a compliment.