What do the makers of TV commercials featuring "real people, not actors" think actors are? Robots? Automatons? Extraterrestrials?
Some might argue that the creative process yields the best results in environments that are not strictly structured.
Despite Perry's best efforts, the majority of obits emphasized his connection to "90210."
It is irresistible to take "Game of Thrones" and apply that title to the comings and goings of top executives at the new WarnerMedia.
A&E is bringing back "Hoarders" and then introducing a new reality series that will follow the adventures of a Canadian chiropodist.
The courage of journalists has come into sharp focus this week with the detentions of TV news people in Venezuela.
There were doubts about whether this sordid story of an apparently made-up racial attack even qualified as a TV column subject.
The Oscars were so boring that it was possible to wonder why on Earth we watch this thing every year.
Each season seems to bring new drama shows about swashbuckling FBI and CIA agents working 24/7 to foil various plots.
The whys and wherefores of this competition were complicated, and had "Jeopardy!" fans at home wondering when the game would begin.