Wednesday night's Republican debate was like watching a schoolyard of bickering schoolchildren at noon recess.
The 22 golden girls vying for the love of 71-year-old Gerry Turner on "The Golden Bachelor" each bring their own spin to the occasion.
Two cop shows currently on the air both feature college professors with unorthodox and uncanny powers of deduction.
In the wake of the news that the writers' strike is ending, my thoughts turned to what the TV writers actually write for the rest of us.
Thanks to the writers' and actors' strikes, network TV will start a new fall season this week with lineups that seem more like midseason and summer slates than fall schedules.
The very fact that Murdoch waited until age 92 to turn over the reins to his son is as good a symbol as any of the man's tenacity.
A new NBC drama about a law-enforcement psychologist earns the title of first new network show of the traditional fall TV season.
The biggest thing missing from Peacock's new "John Wick"-derived series is John Wick.
Whatever is really going on here, the TV business looks like it is on the cusp of a new era of massive change.
First made public in 2021, "Krapopolis" is not exactly ancient history, but it has taken two years to finally come to Fox.