Television review: 'Wander Over Yonder,' Craig McCracken's alien-as-universe-police-force cartoon on Disney Channel, is imaginative, upbeat and sweet.
Television review: In 'The March,' director John Akomfrah brings the historic event to life, with many key surviving participants recalling the march and what it took to make it happen.
Television review: Jim Rash, hosting 'The Writers' Room' on Sundance, invites the writers of 'New Girl,' 'Breaking Bad,' more to show how it's done.
Ava DuVernay's documentary on Venus Williams' push for equal pay for female tennis stars a promising start to ESPN's 'Nine for IX.'
Review: Fox's new late-night cartoons in its Animation Domination High-Def bloc include 'Axe Cop,' which lacks some of the magic of its Web comic inspiration, and 'High School USA!,' which offers an alternative version of "Archie."
Jennette McCurdy of 'iCarly' and Ariana Grande of 'Victorious' team up for some fun in the at once endearing and annoying 'Sam & Cat' on Nickelodeon.
'72 Hours' and 'The Hero': television reviews. '72 Hours' at least emphasizes teamwork; 'The Hero' makes its competitors anything but. Both are on TNT.
Director Christopher Guest sets his offbeat sights on TV with 'Family Tree,' starring Chris O'Dowd in a poignantly comical quest to seek out his relations.
Critic's Notebook: Move over cable and broadcast TV, Amazon's release of 14 pilots online highlights how big digital players are remaking the entertainment landscape.
ABC's new sitcom about a ne'er-do-well son who takes over his ailing dad's home repair business gets a much-needed makeover between the pilot and first episode.
Amy Poehler's 'Parks and Recreation' character Leslie Knope may be the least cynical character on TV. It's easy to care about her and what she cares about.
Even with NBC coverage that included banal commentators, a cut sequence and no live streaming, the thrill of the Olympics 2012 opening ceremony shines through.
TV review: Martin Scorsese's 'George Harrison: Living in the Material World' on HBO examines the life of the Quiet Beatle lovingly, warts and all.
As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, TV networks and channels including NBC, CNN, Fox, TLC, Biography and Showtime are airing a multitude of programs about Sept. 11, 2001, and its aftermath.
Don't expect the 'Lost' finale to answer all the island's intricacies, but that's the beauty of a show with such complex characters and winding plotting.
On 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' the comic actor turned talk show host is displaying a unique way with questions, a penchant for high-quality skits and multiple other ways of charming an audience.
What the Nickelodeon TV movie 'Best Player' lacks in creativity it makes up for in good cheer, with 'iCarly's' Jerry Trainor and Jennette McCurdy locked in a video-game rivalry.
Television Review: 'To Big to Fail,' the Curtis Hanson-directed HBO tale about the 2008 financial meltdown, is pretty consistent low-key entertainment, if not exactly enlightening.