As always, the commercials will be widely noted, seen and talked about. The preference here is: The wackier the better.
Depending on one's point of view, the final season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" represents either a boon to mankind or an incalculable loss.
From straight out of the CBS action-drama playbook comes "The Equalizer," starring Queen Latifah.
Ever since ex-President Trump was muzzled by social-media, our world seems noticeably calmer.
Our Netflix choices last weekend ranged from the comedic musings of Fran Lebowitz to a tragic tale about the class struggle in modern India.
A three-part miniseries about slavery in 19th-century Jamaica breathes fresh air into the stale drawing rooms of PBS' "Masterpiece."
CNN's own celebration of King served as a reminder that the network would never air a show today such as the one he hosted for 25 years.
"Resident Alien" is another in a growing number of TV series adapted from comic books. This one is a worthy addition to the canon.
Forget about baseball or football -- America's national pastime is talking, either doing it or listening to it.
The introduction of a new reality series begs the age-old question: Why do some of these kinds of TV shows work and others do not?