“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.
I hope “Unbreakable” goes on to huge success and proves to the networks that it’s worth taking a chance on unconventional sitcoms.
This Friday, American television will welcome a reality show that is truly historic in its presentation of couples therapy. Each episode will feature at least one couple that works through its problems by having sex in a box.
Taraji P. Henson is wonderful, but it’s the show’s writers that deserve credit for not making Cookie a one-note character — and giving her one-liners that would make Shakespeare jealous.
TV is a land of ethnic stereotypes. Will “Fresh” go deep or stick to shallow jokes?
A father’s lessons in coping with a sick wife and defiant teens.