Producing a companion show to "Game of Thrones," possibly HBO's biggest hit, is a no-brainer.
The show, "Inmate to Roommate," demonstrates that every once in a while, TV comes up with something new.
The show "The Undeclared War" starts with the first of what might eventually evolve into multiple attacks on the Internet in Britain.
The CW's "Leonardo" series is not quite a masterpiece, but neither is it the historically offensive bodice-ripper that it has been made out to be.
An eight-part TV adaptation of "A League of Their Own" is tailor made for our times, although it tells a story from 79 years ago.
This year, the four legacy broadcast networks do not have all that much to promote when it comes to new fall content.
One question is: How does Netflix quantify its viewership? Minutes spent watching? Episodes binged? Time spent on the home page grazing?
The game show is similar to Jenga, and also to the piling of building blocks by small children who then become delighted when "all fall down."
Unlike so many other so-called comedies on TV and streaming these days, "This Fool" has not forgotten the comedy.
Welcome to the world we live in: A man dances on a street corner, and in the space of 60 seconds becomes a viral-video sensation.