At first glance "Harvey Beaks," the new animated series from Nickelodeon, looks like a children's storybook. The lushly painted backgrounds have a real comfort to them, evoking the lighthearted tales of our own youths.
"Bloodline," whose first and probably not last season appears all at once Friday on Netflix, comes from Glenn and Todd Kessler and Daniel Zelman, creators of the celebrated FX/DirecTV Glenn Close legal thriller "Damages."
It seems like you can't spit without hitting a supernatural crime fighter nowadays. But there is the herd, and there are those who stand out from the herd; there is the mainstream, and there is that funny little pond over there, full of its own kind of life.
The notion that HBO has left its heart in the Bay Area is no accident.
Are they or aren't they? That's still the question swirling around Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's marital status, and the actress' recent vagueness on the new "Late Late Show With James Corden" isn't helping set the record straight.
In the Los Angeles Times' Sunday Calendar section this week, I interviewed James Corden, who Monday night (or early Tuesday morning) begins his new job as host of CBS' "The Late Late Show." He's only the fourth person to occupy the job since its debut in 1995, following Tom Snyder, Craig...
With the advance restrictions imposed by series creator Matthew Weiner, up to and including the passage of time, reviewing a "Mad Men" premiere is a Nik Wallenda-worthy balancing act, which might explain why many prefer detailed recaps. Still, what AMC is billing as "The End of an Era" deserves...
A moment of quiet on “The Mindy Project”? It is possible.