In a 60 Minutes interview, Jay has only nice things to say about Jimmy Fallon. But don’t get the wrong impression.
Fox’s newest problem-plagued hero is no Don Draper, but if he works at it, maybe he could be Jim Rockford.
The idea of a new Cosby show on NBC is exciting. But as the network learned with Michael J. Fox, even a beloved celeb can’t save a limp sitcom.
Comedy Central’s new sitcom finds the funny in being young, female, and strapped for cash.
As our knowledge of Marty and Rust evolves, so does this show.
Can you really say “I don’t think it’s a good example for kids” and still “respect” gay people?
Despite the “gay Girls” comparisons, HBO’s charming new half-hour dramedy is distinctively itself.
Phil Robertson’s brief “suspension” won’t change what goes on the air. But the show has now become the Chick-Fil-A sandwich of TV.
When it comes to illness, the real problem is undersharing.
Michael Douglas, Woody Allen, and separating the creation from the creator.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler again made a tough job look easy
On the first two episodes of Girls season three, there’s some hugging but not so much learning.
Faced with a scandal involving one of the boss’ reportedly favored politicians, Fox found a lot of other news to cover