The former prosecutor was his own dream witness: seemingly relaxed, folksily patriotic, and perhaps, most important of all, playing it down the middle.
Had the Democrat, not the Republican, taken office on Jan. 20, we might be ticking off the parallels between this season and a different administration. (With spoilers.)
Keshia Knight Pulliam may well be supporting a friend in trouble, but her presence also encourages us to conflate Bill Cosby and Cliff Huxtable - and I don't want to lose Cliff.
Damon Lindelof ("Lost") sticks the landing with the finale of his HBO drama; Netflix's women-in-prison drama returns, mid-riot; and Carl Reiner reminds us there's life after 90.
One takeaway from the May sweeps: The departure of popular meteorologist Sheena Parveen for Washington, D.C., isn't hurting her former station among the younger viewers advertisers pay to reach.
Hart is promoting his new book, "I Can't Make This Up: Life Lessons," which will be published June 6.
When a professional TV-watcher gets in over her head, she seeks professorial help.
t’s been not quite 27 years since Mark Frost and David Lynch introduced "Twin Peaks" to ABC viewers. It returned on Sunday, on Showtime.
From David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” to the “Will & Grace” and “Roseanne” reunions, television continues to look to the past in the search for future hits.
“He’s got the great look. He’s a talented guy. And the minute you see him up there [onscreen], you’re not thinking it’s David Boreanaz. You’re seeing a Navy SEAL,” said one network executive of the Philadelphia-raised actor.
“I am honored and thrilled to be the first judge,” said Katy Perry.
Eight episodes featuring the original cast will air next year, the network announced Tuesday.
Next season, the two music-fueled shows will be paired for 18 episodes apiece.
A blank-verse “Masterpiece,” a talking dog on ABC, and the return of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” are among the coming week’s TV highlights.
What do you do after you win an Academy Award? Ardmore’s Benj Pasek is heading back to TV.
Ellen Gray is the television critic for the Daily News and the Inquirer, and has written about TV since 1994. Her mind will go blank if you ask her to name her favorite show, because she has so many, but she would love to hear about yours.
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