"The Flash" -- Let Fox go noir ("Gotham") and ABC get tense ("Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D") with their super-hero adjacent series; after experimenting with both tones in "Arrow," the CW just wants to spin off and have a little fun.
Ben Queen's "A to Z" is the most promising comedy premiering on broadcast networks this fall. That's not saying much — this is not a particularly good year for new comedies — but it's saying something.
Rushing a crime-drama clone is the first clue that something's amiss
Say this for "Stalker," a new "psychological thriller," which rolls out Wednesday: It makes its troubling intentions and insurmountable flaws instantly clear.
Are docs like PBS' six-part 'Makers: Women Who Make America' still necessary? Episodes on comedians and Hollywood offer contradictory opinions.
Sometimes a slow start pays off.
"Transparent." Amazon's first scripted drama is an amazing thing. In it, Mort, a retired professor (Jeffrey Tambor), finally finds the courage to live truly as herself, which is to say as a woman,
Many things have changed about television lately, but murder still makes the world go 'round.