A new sitcom coming to Hulu this week serves as a reminder that when it comes to acquiring TV shows, the TV business today is unpredictable.
For many of us, memories of the VHS era are still vivid, but for those not yet born in the VHS heyday, they are ancient history.
The English language's most colorful curse word is used so often in a new HBO Max superhero series that it is practically the star of the show.
If a female audience is what Fox is aiming for with this new comedy called "Pivoting," then the network scores a bull's-eye.
The Ray Donovan character introduced nine years ago has been indestructible -- and apparently so is the show, "Ray Donovan."
The CW does it again with another incredibly crafted drama series for its young target audience of teens and young adults.
"Why didn't you call Donald Trump by his name?" a reporter asked Biden after his Jan. 6 speech.
If Fox's new revival of the old "Joe Millionaire" is anything like the original, then it could emerge as a breakout comedy hit.
A new hospital drama premiering Wednesday on CBS is basically about an obnoxious bully who gets away with it.
Last month, the "TV Blog" suggested that a daytime court show would feel out of place in prime time, and that prediction has come true.