We now have an entire TV industry that has adopted and prioritized this new way of distributing content and earning money from it.
Those wishing to escape from the sadness that grips so many people these days are advised to steer clear of the season premiere of "New Amsterdam."
NBC's "Debris" invites comparison with another sci-fi series in the NBCUniversal universe, "Resident Alien," on USA Network.
Revivals of shows are a big part of Paramount+. The one making the most headlines is a new "Frasier" with Kelsey Grammer.
Oprah Winfrey's upcoming prime-time interview special with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (aka Harry and Meghan) has a throwback feel.
I perused the list of Golden Globe nominees just yesterday and came to the conclusion that nobody cares.
"She's the Boss" is another reality show in which an extroverted central character is coached to exaggerate his or her already overbearing behavior.
The strange visitor from another planet who can leap tall buildings in a single bound flies back onto TV in a new series that positions him as a husband and father.
The show is called "Assembly Required" and it is co-hosted by Tim Allen and Richard Karn, former co-stars of the old ABC DIY comedy "Home Improvement."
This show is structured, written and produced just like a sitcom that would be made for any commercial-supported network such as CBS.