The show is called "What Just Happened??! With Fred Savage" and it is a savage send-up of over-hyped "aftershows."
Let the winnowing begin. That's a process to hope for where the crowded field of Democratic presidential hopefuls is concerned.
If the chaos did not always make for a pretty picture, then that's OK because this is what Democrats do. They argue.
Singling out who stood out in an unwieldy field of 10 Democrats Wednesday night on NBC is a tall order.
In Showtime's long-awaited miniseries "The Loudest Voice," Ailes is portrayed as a media lion.
A weekend newspaper story about obesity in America did not explore TV's role in promoting the consumption of unhealthy foods.
A new six-part miniseries on HBO posits that Donald Trump will launch a nuclear missile at a disputed Chinese island.
What TV shows really get people talking today? The answer: None.
It is reasonable to assume that "Reef Break" has been designed as a piece of summer TV escapism.
The name-calling took place Monday night on Colbert's "Late Show," where Stewart made a surprise appearance from beneath Colbert's desk.