The special, titled "Betty White: America's Golden Girl," will feature a gaggle of celebrities all reminiscing about her.
The show's unwieldy title, "The Woman In the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window," makes it seem like a satire.
A new East vs. West spy drama on Netflix takes place not in the heyday of the Cold War, but a few years after the Soviet Union dissolved.
It is sheer coincidence that for the second day in a row, a Syfy channel show is turning up here in the "TV Blog."
This series about a strange visitor from another planet who crash-lands on Earth was one of last year's most pleasant surprises.
A new drama that its creator says was inspired by Charles Dickens, John Steinbeck and John Ford turns out to be a high-quality show.
The pilot episode of a new Amazon Prime show about a group of autistic adults is pure magic from start to finish.
The positioning of a new ABC drama series as a work descended from Charles Dickens, John Steinbeck and John Ford raises great expectations.
Now we can add online gambling and sports wagering to the vices TV promotes without regard to social consequences.
Producer Julian Fellowes' long-awaited follow-up to "Downton Abbey" finally arrives next week.