If you’ve been watching “Fosse/Verdon” on FX, you’ve seen scenes in which Bob Fosse directed Liza Minnelli in “Cabaret.” But you may not her 1972 TV special, for which both of them won Emmys. Here’s some history and a highlight from that show.
Recently, I got into a discussion with a young guy who claimed that streaming services like Netflix and Hulu are dying because video piracy is coming back, big time. I don’t think so, and here’s why.
These stories about the injuries, infections, and other physical abuse contestants on “Survivor” take to their bodies are both amazing and disgusting, not to mention the fact that most of them would do it again (some already have).
Since it’s so hard to know which of the hundreds of new TV shows are worth your time, here are six that I’ve enjoyed and strongly recommend you try.
I know a few people who bet on sports a lot. I also know a couple of guys who take a lot of bets on sports. I thought about all of them watching a preview of the new Showtime documentary series, “Action,” which debuts Sunday night.
The faux outrage over Netflix cancelling its “One Day At A Time” reboot reminds me of some very wise words my father-in-law once used to explain why a store went out of business.
My thoughts on the reboot of the Helen Hunt/Paul Reiser sitcom, “Mad About You,” coming soon to a channel you never heard of that you probably don’t get.
I haven’t yet seen the four-hour documentary HBO will air tonight and tomorrow about 2 men who say Michael Jackson abused them when they were boys, but I’ll bet it burns up social media — and causes radio stations to consider dropping his music altogether.