Jeopardy’s Temporary Quarterback

My thoughts on Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ stint as guest host of “Jeopardy!” this week, and whether he’d ever be considered for the job permanently.

Killing “Killing Eve”

The producers of “Killing Eve” have announced that the upcoming fourth season of the show will be its last. Too bad they didn’t make that decision after its first year. Here’s why.

No Audience Necessary

Some of the late-night talk/comedy TV shows have begun to allow audiences back into the studio, but several of them would be better off not making that move. Here’s why.

TV Review: “Genius: Aretha”

Here’s my review of the Aretha Franklin bio-series that aired this week on NatGeo (and is streaming on Hulu), bolstered by a great performance by Cynthia Erivo that couldn’t cover up the flaws in the production.

What I’m Watching

Looking for something to watch? Here are mini-reviews of five streaming shows I’ve seen recently which you may want to add to your queue.

How Is Katie Couric?

Several people have asked my opinion of Katie Couric’s stint as guest host of “Jeopardy!” Here’s my response, including why she won’t get the job permanently.

Did You Really Cut The Cord?

More and more people are cutting the cord by dumping cable TV in favor of streaming services, but are they really saving money and getting enough content? I break down the numbers.

A Missed Magical Opportunity

While watching Penn & Teller’s “Fool Us” the other night — as we have for a decade — an idea occurred to me that I’m surprised hasn’t been exploited yet. I give way this million-dollar idea here.