A groovy new cast can really pump up a tired reality show. Check out the memorable moments from the season 18 premiere of “Dancing with the Stars” (ABC, Mondays, 8 p.m.)
The endless fascination that Hollywood has with fallen celebrities will enable her to continue doing what she loves to do until the next fallen celebrity bumps her out of the fallen celebrity spotlight.
Ronan Farrow is giving my brain a workout on “Ronan Farrow Daily” (1 p.m., weekdays on MSNBC).
The New York Times called it “the greatest show in television history." It’s as if “American Idol” and halfpipe skiing had a baby that was raised by the Marquis de Sade.
NBC reporter Christin Cooper made Olympic skier Bode Miller cry with mawkish questions about his recently deceased brother. It’s a memorable moment. But I believe she needs a cry tutorial.
Some people think the Winter Olympics are boring. Not true! NBC’s telecast offers a refrigerator full of food for deep thoughts.
"Trophy Wife" is exactly what it sounds like: a show about a husband who moves on to a hot, young spouse. But it's surprisingly tongue-in-cheek.
With the Winter Games about to begin, maybe it's time to try skiing. And cross-country doesn't require facing heights or speeds of up to 90 mph.
Delores Hughes, aka “Mema,” is the star of the reality show "Hollywood Hillbillies," in which her Georgia family heads west so grandson Michael, who made the viral “Gingers Do Have Souls!!” video, can find fame.
Thanks, TLC, for stimulating the winter TVscape with “Sex Sent Me to the ER,” a show about people who went to the ER on account of having sex.