In each episode, two struggling middle-class families get that cash-filled briefcase. They have 72 hours to decide: Keep it all to pay off debts or give all or part of the moolah to the other needy family?
Maybe this show is just an example of what happens when Hollywood thinks: “Let’s do an even more intense version of ‘Twin Peaks,’ only without the coffee jokes.”
Dreamed up by Judge Judy Sheindlin, “Hot Bench” is the year’s hottest syndicated series, with more viewers than “Divorce Court” and “Judge Mathis.”
Schumer has become one of the sharpest satirists around, putting the writers of “Saturday Night Live” to shame.
It doesn’t matter what happened last week or who wins the battle. There is no point other than to be sublimely goofy.
“Orphan” is in a sci-fi rut. But fans should not give up hope. The plotlines in the first episode do show promise.
The Emmy-winning medical spoof is brilliantly stupid and stupidly brilliant.
The A&E series drops a bickering couple onto a deserted island for five days of “extreme marriage therapy.”
There’s never been a series quite like this one: a self-mocking mash-up of zombie thriller, detective show and single-girl-in-the-city comedy.
At 45, the PBS program for preschoolers is one of TV's smartest shows — and not just because it teaches the ABCs.