by Adam Buckman on Feb 14, 6:00 AM
The game is being lauded as one of the most exciting in Super Bowl history.
by Adam Buckman on Feb 13, 8:00 AM
A new workplace comedy about a unit of animal-control officers tries very hard to make the world of pet police seem interesting, and also funny.
by Adam Buckman on Feb 10, 6:00 AM
The Super Bowl is the only American made-for-TV production capable of diverting the attention of an entire nation.
by Adam Buckman on Feb 9, 9:37 AM
All streaming services are not created equal, which means that, for the smaller ones, their best shows do not get the exposure that the shows on the bigger streamers do.
by Adam Buckman on Feb 8, 6:00 AM
Sunday's Grammy Awards on CBS saw a 28% jump in audience from a year earlier, halting a nosedive in the ratings that started in 2020.
by Adam Buckman on Feb 7, 7:00 AM
Looking back at past Super Bowl commercial recaps, the spots that came in for the most praise here were neither dramatic nor comedic, just straight-ahead messages.
by Adam Buckman on Feb 6, 8:00 AM
In "Not Dead Yet," Gina Rodriguez plays a single woman on the verge of 40 who writes obituaries for a southern California newspaper.
by Adam Buckman on Feb 3, 8:00 AM
The new "Frasier" will have Dr. Frasier Crane living in Boston, the city where the character got his start on "Cheers" in 1984.
by Adam Buckman on Feb 2, 8:00 AM
Dr. Phil McGraw announced this week that he has decided to move on from his syndicated talk show, ending a 21-season run.
by Adam Buckman on Feb 1, 6:00 AM
The Grammy Awards will try again this Sunday to turn its ratings fortunes around after viewership nosedived in 2021 and 2022.
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