The Address shows that there’s no point to public education if students don’t walk away with useful lessons for life.
With rare exception CBS's Amazing Race has had a lock on the annual Emmy, but its wins are more about formula than quality.
Unfortunately, some shows seem destined for cancellation right away, regardless of critical acclaim or the support of small, fanatical groups of fans.
Reality television has come for our children. And there’s not a damned thing we can do about it.
When it comes to its programming, what put the cable channel on the map may soon also lead to its downfall.
Recent trends in black and white viewership are changing TV's big picture, making it not so black and white.
By speaking more freely about rape, do we help destigmatize it? Or do we run the risk of trivializing it and cheapening its devastation?
No show in recent memory has showcased such powerful and alluring women, and the performances of Jessica Lange, Emma Roberts, and Angela Bassett are pitch-perfect.
More than just "Baby Daddy's" are revealed every day on Maury Povich's long-running talkshow.
Is there such a thing as being "too informed"?