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.
For more than a year, it has been the biggest craze on cable: Mining the last two decades for true-crime content.
The network's new African-American superhero is a super-charged vigilante generating hope in his community.
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.
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.
What or who qualifies as "diverse," anyway? Is there really a good, rightful answer here? Somebody please help me on this.
Cell phones are the bane of our existence. And no one knows this better than today's high school teachers.
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.
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.
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.