If TV is the influential medium that the ad biz insists it is, then it stands to reason that TV's encouragement of drinking is influential too.
The TV Blog's best-reviewed shows of 2022 included action dramas, comedies, mysteries, cop shows, futuristic shows and five docuseries.
The TV Blog tilted at the usual f-word windmills in 2022, but the overuse of the word in the DC Comics adaptation of "Peacemaker" took the cake.
In "Groucho & Cavett," Dick Cavett traces his long friendship with the comic master from the early 1960s to Groucho's death in 1977.
A merger of media giants, the rise of sports gambling ads, and the expansion of ad-supported streaming were three of the biggest TV news topics of 2022.
Opened 131 years ago in 1891, Carnegie Hall is a 19th-century relic that you half expect to be lit by gaslight.
At this time of year, it is appropriate to remember and say good-bye to the TV greats behind and in front of the cameras who left us this year.
The new series is a prequel to "Yellowstone" and a sequel to "1883," which was the first prequel to "Yellowstone."
"The Wheel" is a trivia quiz show in which contestants from all walks of life answer questions with help from celebrity guests.
The amazing thing about this new Hallmark Hanukkah TV movie is that it is just like all of the network's Christmas movies, except that everybody's Jewish.