• Oprah Winfrey For President? Heaven Help Us
    It was not much more than a week ago that a movement seemed to be forming in support of an Oprah Winfrey run for the presidency.
  • FX's 'Versace' Joins Parade Of True-Crime Content On Cable
    For more than a year, it has been the biggest craze on cable: Mining the last two decades for true-crime content.
  • Power To The People: CW's 'Black Lightning' Is Electric
    The network's new African-American superhero is a super-charged vigilante generating hope in his community.
  • NatGeo's 'Chain Of Command': TV Takes You There
    The series is billed as "an unprecedented collaboration with the Pentagon," which apparently allowed a level of access to offices and personnel not permitted previously, at least according to NatGeo.
  • Annals Of Dave: Bearded Wonder Breaks Promise, Returns To TV
    Dave, 70, is to be reborn as an SVOD disrupter on Netflix, which happens to be Public Enemy No. 1 for the broadcasting industry where he made his career.
  • In TV News Biz, Defining Diversity Presents A Challenge
    What or who qualifies as "diverse," anyway? Is there really a good, rightful answer here? Somebody please help me on this.
  • A&E 'Undercover High' Reveals How Cell Phones Destroy Education
    Cell phones are the bane of our existence. And no one knows this better than today's high school teachers.
  • Trying To Make Sense Of Golden Globes Civil Rights Rally
    It wasn't enough for the winners to just thank their colleagues and co-stars. Instead, the acceptance speeches went from mere thank yous to orations about civil rights.
  • Obesity, Plural Families Get New Shows On TLC
    TLC is evidently so pleased with its reality series "My 600-lb Life," featuring morbidly obese people, that it will introduce a new one in the same vein on the same night this week.
  • Chicago Pride Is Well-Hidden In 'The Chi' On Showtime
    As a location for a new TV drama about urban grit and the tragedies that spring from such environments, Chicago is well-chosen. "The Chi" takes place in a neighborhood in which such violence is commonplace.
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