Here are my memories of doing the morning show at a rock radio station the day after the murder of John Lennon forty years ago.
My review of a limited series with Broadway star Kelli O’Hara as a bored housewife dragged by a late-night phone call into a mystery about a murdered man and his pregnant wife.
The producers of “Jeopardy!” have announced what they’ll do after Alex Trebek’s final episodes air in January, but I doubt that an online petition drive to make LeVar Burton the new host will succeed. Here’s why.
Upon hearing that Alex Trebek died at age 80 this weekend, I thought not only about all the years I’d respected his work on “Jeopardy!” but also about the time I saw him host a game show in person.
Quick thoughts that occurred to me while watching election coverage on various TV networks Tuesday night.
I’m a longtime fan of both Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart, but as I explain in this post, the latter’s appearance on the former’s show Friday night was marred by bad acting, yelling for no reason, lousy lighting, and fuzzy video.
My review of a limited series on Netflix about a young orphan from Kentucky who becomes a chess prodigy and champion while battling an addiction to pills and booze, led by a stunning performance from Anya Taylor-Joy.
Here are my reviews of two recent Aaron Sorkin projects that are worth your time — the “West Wing” reunion special (now streaming on HBO Max) and “The Trial Of The Chicago 7” (now streaming on Netflix).