Saturday's televised royal wedding was the kind of crowd-pleasing telecast a TV critic would be crazy to nitpick over.
The final episode is long on sentiment and comedy as the family embarks on a road trip. It is a great hour done to perfection.
A year from now, how many of the new shows the networks announced with so much fanfare at the upfronts this week will still be on -- or even remembered?
Kimmel got many laughs with this year's monologue, although it makes you wonder if ABC allowed him to undermine its sales and programming efforts a little too much.
The two prime-time comedies got picked up by new networks -- NBC and Fox -- on the eve of the networks' upfronts this week.
NBC Universal's upfront was bracketed at the beginning and end by NBC Uni CEO Steve Burke and Linda Yaccarino, NBC Uni chairman of advertising and client partnerships.
TV shows are like subways -- if you miss one, there will always be another one right behind it.
FX announced a partnership with "The New York Times," while HBO's deal is with "The Atlantic."
This week on her ABC sitcom, Roseanne took on yet another touchy subject and sank her teeth into it for all it was worth.
The upfronts represent salesmanship at its most basic -- and it is done by humans, not robots.