by Adam Buckman on Mar 31, 8:00 AM
In a new drama series coming to Amazon this week, a diverse group of female characters feel like victims reduced to second-class citizenship in a world dominated by men. And so, they nurse grievances and fantasize about murder. The phenomenon of loners with grievances -- whether male or female or otherwise -- happens to be one that we are dealing with far too often in the real world today, up to and including the latest unspeakable attack this week by a troubled loner at a school in Nashville. In light of …
by Adam Buckman on Mar 30, 8:00 AM
Elon Musk and the fictional tech titan Ellis Dragon in the new Netflix comedy "Unstable" are different, but also the same in many respects.
by Adam Buckman on Mar 29, 7:00 AM
Game Show Network has announced four new game shows, including one in which the competition is based on Yahoo searches.
by Adam Buckman on Mar 28, 8:58 AM
A new half-hour series coming to Apple TV+ asks the age-old question: Is that all there is?
by Joe Mandese on Mar 27, 10:00 AM
The ARF is calling on the TV industry to change the definition of the TV universe from "TV households" to "TV-accessible households." Here's why that makes sense.
by Adam Buckman on Mar 24, 8:00 AM
The Adrian Monk detective character is being revived for a Peacock TV movie, "Mr. Monk's Last Case: A Monk Movie."
by Adam Buckman on Mar 23, 8:00 AM
Yet another thriller about top-secret derring-do in the U.S. intelligence and law-enforcement apparatus comes to Netflix on Thursday.
by Adam Buckman on Mar 22, 8:00 AM
On the heels of last week's "TV Blog" on the superlative "Agent Elvis" comes another new animated series that attains the same level of high quality.
by Adam Buckman on Mar 21, 8:00 AM
The passage of time in TV is reflected in some of the advisories and news releases received here recently from all corners of the TV universe.
by Adam Buckman on Mar 20, 8:00 AM
A new musical series coming to Hulu on Friday takes place in New York in the final days of the 1990s.