The whys and wherefores of this competition were complicated, and had "Jeopardy!" fans at home wondering when the game would begin.
Celebrities won't touch the Oscar hosting job with a 10-foot pole because accepting this job is like asking for trouble.
The show is "Whiskey Cavalier," an action show pitting a swashbuckling FBI agent against an equally skillful CIA agent.
An "American Masters" installment, subtitled "Sammy Davis Jr.: I've Gotta Be Me," brings the man and his era lovingly back to life.
"Flack" is less about the world of a celebrity publicist than it is the story of an addict who just happens to work in p.r.
The show, "The Other Two," seemed to improve 100% in its second episode -- something that almost never happens.
Conversations about TV these days often turn to "This Is Us" and its tear-jerking propensities.
This two-night live telecast in February has become an annual tradition on par with "It's a Wonderful Life" every December.
If murder did not exist, what on Earth would approximately 90% of our TV shows be about?
It is a rare phenomenon for a new show to start out so promisingly, and then suddenly walk off a cliff into the abyss of TV tastelessness.