Is Criss really right for you, Liz Lemon? Yes, he's been around for almost two years now and he's devilishly handsome and I'm sure your DNA would mix very well and produce a pretty child, but it just doesn't feel right.
Entertainment companies should try harder to understand that they won't augment their bottom lines in the long term if they don't embrace the things that make each creator distinctive.
Adam Levine's Top 5 and Blake Shelton's Top 5 perform before the audience takes control. Three artists will move on from each team, thanks to audience votes, and the coadges will each save one more contestant on Thursday night's results show.
Welcome to the new world of media, where the volume is massive, and the filters are human. It's a new way to think of news, but it's the way we're going to in the future.
On October 29, 1956, The Huntley-Brinkley Report began on NBC and revolutionized television news.
This show cut both Christina and Blake's teams in half, leaving them each with only five contestants heading into next week's live rounds. The decisions were not too surprising, but there were a few wildcards thrown in.
Every time the "clueless new dad" archetype appears on TV, the argument among dad bloggers invariably states that dads are as capable as their female counterparts. I'd like to suggest a bold new argument: Yes, dads are clueless when it comes to parenting, but so are moms.
For reference, there are only four major American broadcast networks that air their programming in the English language. So this is quite a decline for an evening of entertainment that was, for years and years, home to the most popular and acclaimed shows on television.
Mockingbird Lane, the stunning, dark re-imagining of The Munsters makes its television premiere on Friday. Named for the Munster family's iconic address, the show is a visual and emotional feast, and the year's most original television dramedy.
Through it all, and no matter what Romney tossed at Obama the president respectfully but forcefully threw it back, indicating that what had been said wasn't true and that Romney was all over the map in his pronouncements.
Jeff Probst has hosted the hit reality show Survivor on CBS for over a decade. In September, he launched The Jeff Probst Show, a daytime talk show produced by CBS Television Distribution and syndicated to NBC owned and operated television stations across the country.
From Paris, no coffee this time, but I did manage to stay up to watch the second presidential debate, beginning at 3 a.m. Unlike the first one watched in Amsterdam, the president was alert, prepared and seemed to leave Romney mystified at moments.
I've found out over the years that if you have a disagreement with your boss -- no matter where you work -- the person with the most power wins. Always.
I really wanted to dislike last night's episode so I could co-opt one of Jack's lines ("Your show last night was ... excruciating."), but it wasn't to be.
The underlying message dictating that there's something bizarre about a man capably and willingly taking care of his child is at best a dumb commentary and at worst a harmful one.
As a result of this exercise, I've decided to abandon watching anything on the top networks.