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Good news for the "Law & Order" fan undergoing withdrawal: Your methadone hit has arrived, in the form of "Law & Order: UK."
Have a care for "Law & Order: Los Angeles," a series that carries more baggage and expectations than any premiere rightly should.
Picture this: A documentary crew films an Austin-based high school senior year of nine classmates who are all so two-dimensional that the filmmakers can refer to them as "rock star" or "wallflower."
There is hope that "Better" might turn into a solid series: the writing is smart and patient, and dialogue wed to Casey's good-guy dopiness lands well.
Being rich is a burden, as Steven Wilde (Will Arnett) discovers in Fox's new sitcom "Running Wilde."
The pervasive "what about the children" atmosphere we live in might be exactly what makes Greg Garcia's new Fox sitcom "Raising Hope" so wryly, delightfully, honestly hilarious.
"Mike & Molly" is about two overweight people looking for love; Chuck Lorre is attached as an executive producer, but it comes from the mind of Mark Roberts; and fat jokes are served up as fast as…
The cheerleader's reputation on American television is lousy. Enter the CW's "Hellcats," a surprisingly sweet look the Lancer University cheerleading squad, which has just been invaded by sneering…
One learns over the years not to expect too much from a Lifetime original movie. That said, "Bond of Silence" is pretty good.
It might not be the greatest story ever told, but it is told in a greatly funny manner.
Life ain't easy, and for those who always have wondered just how tough it can be, "Surviving the Cut" is now available on Discovery.
Kids grow up so fast these days, and that's not a commentary on the wise-beyond-their-years, smart-alecky younger set in "Melissa & Joey" -- though there are two such children in this utterly…