Some might say that a TV show has hit critical mass when its title comes to be widely known by a shortened abbreviation or acronym.
We are currently in the midst of a national conversation about the ways in which African Americans have been portrayed in our movies.
NBC plans to celebrate its future by placing its past firmly in the spotlight in a virtual Upfront next month.
A name that people cannot even pronounce is a terrible choice for a new streaming service whose success depends, at least in part, on word-of-mouth.
The first thing one must do when encountering the new "Perry Mason" is to forget everything you think you know about the character.
In this new documentary about Mae West, the point is made that she was censored in virtually every form of 20th century entertainment.
It is reasonable to wonder if we are now to witness the demise of one of the core categories of TV content -- cops and criminals.
When we decide to ban "Gone With the Wind," it is worth weighing what we lose against what we gain in the process.
While America burns, and fear and unrest grip the nation, what does our TV news media do? It throws fuel on a fire that does not need any.
A TV show title such as "Don't" excites a TV critic's natural instinct to exploit it in a headline.