Just because Twitter is great, doesn't mean there needs to be a show about it.
That's essentially the fatal flaw with Comedy Central's latest original programming, "At Midnight," a show that basically has three comedians commenting on posts in social media.
The role of Christian Grey has been cast, again.
Benedit Cumberbatch will be back to sleuthing soon.
Based on the trailer for "Anchorman 2," I trust that Will Ferrell and Adam McKay have struck comedy gold again.
Michael Keaton is an underrated comedian.
And he's not just funny in recent comedic roles, like "The Good Guys," as "New Girl" proved on Tuesday's episode, "Keaton," that even his name is funny.
Let’s take a trip back in time, to a time when families used to gather around their thick television and consume an entire night of programming.
In technical terms, Sunday’s episode of “Boardwalk Empire” was the lull before the storm.
There’s a new virus to fear on The Walking Dead.
After four episodes of "Trophy Wife," I can safely say that it is the best new comedy of the fall.
"Parks and Recreation" and "Community" are coming back together again.