The new ABC show has sparked controversy for portraying Christians negatively, but the real problem is how it wastes a talented cast.
What's wrong with new shows "Lillyhammer" and "Battleground"
The Comedy Central series is TV's new best ongoing exploration of race.
An interview with Lionel Shriver, whose novel has been turned into a film that comes out in more theaters this week.
As the women-in-comedy trend grows, certain archetypes for fictional funny ladies are beginning to emerge.
How television executives are adjusting to the post-Netflix world
For some famous, secure people, official confirmation of their sexual orientation isn't just a matter of honesty: It's a highly valuable commodity.
Don Cheadle's new Showtime series follows a team of management consultants but relies too much on cliched cable gratuitousness
'A Better Life' and 'Miss Bala' show why workers come to America and why they leave Mexico
NBC shelves a cult favorite, "True Blood" gets weird, and more lowlights from a frustrating season
TLC's new series subverts reality TV cliches as it focuses on the everyday lives of Muslim families in Michigan
Movies and TV shows long perpetuated the myth that the American dream means earning vast wealth. "Tower Heist" and "2 Broke Girls" suggest that may be changing.
The new Western series fails to live up to its excellent HBO predecessor in almost every way
A few sitcoms have delved into campaigning this fall, as has Kelsey Grammer's new drama.
Assessing today's fright-filled series, from "The Walking Dead" to "American Horror Story" to "Luther"
An interview with the award-winning author about her new book, "In Other Worlds"
A new crop of period series raises the question: What are we looking for in shows about the past?
From "2 Broke Girls" to "Apartment 23," female-centric comedies are invading network lineups, with mixed results
A new sitcom from "Buffy" writer Jane Espenson is the latest in a long line of online-only shows trying to build network-caliber audiences
A new, Web-only sitcom from "Buffy" writer Jane Espenson watches a same-sex couple navigate the challenges of newlywed life