A concerned awareness of the proportional lack of ethnic minority representation in UK media is not something new, but the surprise is that in these supposedly meritocratic times, it seems to be getting worse and not better.
Everyone knows that Marnie's clearly the worst, but what this post presupposes is maybe she's not?
Will returning auditionee Jessica Steele join Team Midas? From the disappointment of having no chairs last year to all four turning this time, what an amazing turn around, excuse the pun. My chair did spin but Jessica won't be with us. Jessica joins Team Will.
By the same token, many hawkish critics have harshly criticized this "incident" as what they call a "mishap." Some political hard-liners and religious conservatives disapproved and deemed the airing of the performance outrageous.
Sometimes even Stevie Nicks can't save you.
Don't ask me how, because I won't tell you -- but recently, I came across the loglines for some highly anticipated new shows coming to network televis...
Lara Pulver, who memorably stole the show on "Sherlock," does the same thing to James Bond's creator in "Fleming."
What better time to think about TV safety than before the Super Bowl, when millions of families will gather in front of their TVs to watch the big game?
Too much of a slog, and not enough grog.
In a busy world where families often find themselves using the TV as the third parent, it's thankfully not all bad news. According to a study from the University of Texas, "preschool children who watched a few hours a week of educational programming perform better on achievement tests over time than their peers who watch more general entertainment shows."
"Rake" can't quite decide how bad to let its central character be.
Whether you're looking to geek out about the universe with Neil deGrasse Tyson or just want to see some cowboys getting it on, there's something for everyone. We hope.
The natural tendency of the private sector, when unrestrained, is to strip us of our personal physical and psychic space. When it comes to air travel, private companies' profits depend on maximizing revenue per cubic inch of space inside a plane.
Why does every conversation about Lena or her work have to be derailed by gleeful squabbling about her nakedness, even now, three seasons later? Can't we just talk about the show without this intense, exhausting scrutiny of Lena's body?
As you might expect, after A&E suspended Phil Robertson for his words, the FOX News Hysteria Machine went into Uber-Hyper-Spasmodic Overdrive. Do they know that Robinson has also advocated for 20 year old guys to marry girls who are 15?
"Looking," which revolves around the lives of gay men in San Francisco, has much to recommend it.