Summer is often a mixed bag when it comes to entertainment. Good films are usually sandwiched between awful, loud shoot-um-ups, TV shows are light, fluffy summer fun, and the radio is inundated with guilty pleasure music that we'll swear we hated by the time winter rolls around.
As a devoted "Twin Peaks" fan, I rolled my eyes every time I saw the trailer for the new AMC drama, "The Killing."
The key to good television is believability. Regardless of the story, the characters have to be people you want to know and the writing strong enough that you're willing to follow the characters anywhere.
What do you get when you combine "Arrested Development," and "Sports Night," with "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip?" You get the new ABC comedy "Mr. Sunshine."
There are many stops on the road to becoming the next ‘American Idol.' For Caleb Halwey, Omaha is one of them.
Elmore Leonard is arguably one of the greatest American writers in history. His work has been adapted many times for both TV and the big screen. Some adaptations have been exceptionally good, such as "Jackie Brown" or "Out of Sight." Others not so much, as was the case with the TV show "Karen Sisco" and the movie "The Big Bounce."
A vampire, a werewolf and a ghost living together sounds like the beginning of a really bad joke, or at the very least, a really bad ‘tween book.
Rabid fans can turn any TV show, especially science fiction shows, into huge sensations.
Six years ago when the CW, still known as the WB, debuted "Supernatural," it had all the making of that rabid-inducing fandom. Cool stories, great characters, amazing writing and a really cool car.