Here’s why you won’t see a review on this site of “A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood,” starring Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers, now or anytime in the future.
I wish my mother — a four-day champion on the original 1960s version with Art Fleming/Don Pardo — was still alive to see this. We’ll certainly have our DVR set to record it on January 7th.
Here are mini-reviews of four television series that have caught my eye recently, all of them featuring names you know.
A rant about one of my broadcasting pet peeves, which applies to hosts of TV shows, radio shows, and podcasts — no matter who they are.
My review of a new Netflix standup special by Arsenio Hall — his first — which is nothing to bark about.
Here’s my review of one of the first original series from Apple TV+, starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carrell.
Bill Maher makes a good point or three about how Democratic candidates have to avoid getting off message, when they should be pounding one idea: Trump is crazy, I’m not.
“Saturday Night Live” boasts a fulltime cast of 17 actors, which makes me wonder why Lorne Michaels has to bring in so many celebrity guests for its political sketches.