This is truly painful to watch.
Despite several high points, all is not well in the first episode of the new season.
What “The Romanoffs” lacks in effective storytelling, makes up for it in the visuals.
Does “All American” have what it takes to rise above “The O.C.” and say something meaningful? Maybe.
The show’s treatment of conflict could be likened to a child trying its hardest to fit a circle block in a square hole
It’s difficult to point out anything compelling about the show whatsoever.
It’s a “Three’s Company”-esque concept, and one that thrives when the three main characters are working in harmony.
CBS’s “God Friended Me” is sort of like a kindergartener’s art project. It’s a bit of a mess. It’s not particularly good (some might even go so far as to call it ridiculous). But you can’t quite bring yourself to hate it.
DragCon’s expansion to New York City seemed like the perfect way to continue establishing drag’s legacy in pop culture.
“Arrested Development” is a cult classic that critics love, fans worship and everyone questions a little bit.