Is the show misogynistic? Low-minded? Lewd? You bet!
Dear David Gregory: Rumors are flying that NBC hired a psychological consultant to analyze your personality to see why more people aren’t watching.
If an expert were hired, here’s what you might have heard.
As you might guess from the name, this is a show about a llama who is a cop. A rookie cop partnered with a human cop. No one seems to notice that Llama Cop has four legs and chews its cud.
That’s the supersuspenseful BBC America series about streetwise, raw-boned Sarah and her clones. Some are nice. Some are evil. No one seems to know why they exist. But everyone is out to get them.
So many people tried to watch it on HBO Go that they crashed the subscriber-based online streaming service! If you don’t subscribe to HBO or fell victim to the crash, let me fill you in on what happened.
Sarah and three correspondents (all men) profile “risk takers,” “legacy makers” and people who “live life unapologetically and on [their] own terms.”
"The Good Wife" killed lawyer Will Gardner because Josh Charles wanted out. Fans are aghast. Could the show have found another way?
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).