I should have known Amy Sherman-Palladino would have something to say about Marie Kondo.
Because the Gilmore Girls creator, who never met a scene into...
One thing Stephen Petranek wants people to know about Mars, the Ron Howard-produced miniseries premiering Monday on National Geographic Channel, is...
Delaware's Ryan Phillippe has played soldiers before, but no one quite like Bob Lee Swagger, the ex-Marine sniper who becomes the target of a deadly conspiracy in USA's new thriller, Shooter, which premieres at 10 p.m. Tuesday.
A nail-biter that left many a talking head stunned, Election Night 2016 proved too big for TV's prime time.
And a puzzle not just for the pundits, but for comedians Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah, whose live election-night specials began at 11 p.m. with far less certainty about the next president than they appeared to have expected.
Garry Marshall touched a lot of people's lives over a long career as a writer, producer and actor.
On Monday, a number of them - including Happy Days...
BEVERLY HILLS — Stephen Fry didn't come all the way from Britain to be nibbled by a bear on a CBS sitcom.
It just worked out that way.
Millennials and their newfangled technology - can't live with them, can't live without them.
That's the takeaway from two CBS shows premiering Thursday...
BEVERLY HILLS - Moorestown's Dana Calvo has wanted for a long time to bring a newsroom story to television.
The story the reporter-turned-TV-writer (Narcos, Made in Jersey) tells in her new Amazon series, Good Girls Revolt, has waited longer.
NO NEED to ask Norristown's Maria Bello what she really thinks: She tells you. Starting Friday, the actress and activist can be seen as a woman more likely to weigh her words in Amazon's Goliath, an edgy new legal drama from David E. Kelley (The Practice, Boston Legal) and Jonathan Shapiro.
As a TV critic, I no longer feel guilty about all those best-shows-I'm-not-watching. That list is long, and life is short.
* TIMELESS. 10 p.m. Monday, NBC10.
* CONVICTION. 10 p.m.
IF House of Cards and Scandal didn't convince you that Hollywood has mixed feelings about political wives with their own political ambitions, you should check out ABC's Conviction.
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.
Find her columns here.