Clearly we need more American adaptations of telenovelas. May I recommend …
This week provides plenty of opportunity for scary viewing, via your friendly neighborhood cable or streaming service. Here, we’ve broken down the best creepy (or at least Halloween-themed) offerings.
No longer can millions of children lie upon their bellies in front of the TV, cereal in hand, feet waving in the air, their eyeballs glued to the same cartoon.
I do not think any other TV show, even “Nova,” has ever crammed so many “particle accelerators” into one episode.
The show will always be better in my memory than it is on my TV. Yet I keep watching.
Annalist Keating is clever, calculating, a cheater, a practitioner of tough love. But not choleric.
I liked those cranky, spunky, sickly kids because they know what it took us old people a long time to learn: Life isn’t fair.
Pair “SNL’s” famous cast members and guest stars with their best characters’ trademark quotes.
"Nobody owns anything but everyone is rich — for what greater wealth can there be than cheerfulness, peace of mind, and freedom from anxiety?"
This cycle has what might be the most perplexingly random lineup yet.