Tucker Carlson is accused as eyeing the presidency by Frank Luntz in his criticism of the pollster, but Carlson is merely doing his job as a reporter.
Juan Williams of Fox News claimed Wednesday that cities did not burn over the summer of rioting, but this is simply not true.
‘America’s Got Talent’ received more views during its scheduled hour on NBC than any other network individually recorded during the second night of the DNC.
Television host Nick Cannon issued an apology Wednesday for a long recent anti-Semitic rant charging Jews with being hellbent on oppressing black people.
‘Lego Masters’ is a surprisingly fun watch, and it’s an actual family show on a landscape where kids’ shows are barely watchable for adults, and adult shows are inappropriate for kids.
Huge dollops of deceit undercut both the credibility and even the message of ‘Bombshell’ by allowing it to be dismissed as politically expedient fiction.
On the strength of Star Wars, Marvel, and nearly a century’s worth of animated nostalgia, Disney Plus pulled in 10 million subscribers on day one — despite its tech problems.
Carlson’s comments made a decade ago are certainly offensive, but his is an important voice and his show ought to continue.
Washington Post writer David Betancourt joins Federalist Radio to discuss the work of Stan Lee and big changes in the superhero entertainment industry.
The latest entry in the ‘Old Folks Sitcom’ category offers some promising comedy and strong sense of nostalgia at a time when we can all use it.
“It’s not an issue of whether you find one person compelling or another person compelling. It’s an issue of whether we have evidence to convict someone.”
The ‘Star Trek’ take has heat and optimism, without the heavy sadness that permeates shows like the new ‘Star Trek: Discovery.’
‘The Gifted’ eschews typical network conventions and is better for it. It’s a show crafted with care, not just a lazy means of cashing in on a license.
If you’re interested in a different sort of comedy—and amusingly light-hearted take on the apocalypse—give ‘Last Man On Earth’ a try.
Christians probably just don’t trust TV networks any more. Besides, in ‘The Passion,’ Fox was serving them the same pablum they can get anywhere.
Trump was nearly unwatchable. Rubio and Cruz continued to pummel him about his record, his core beliefs, and his temperament. Also Kasich attended.
The media didn’t create Donald Trump, but they sure as heck can’t pretend they didn’t grease the skids for him or play a huge role in his campaign.
Tom Ellis almost redeems ‘Lucifer,’ but not quite. Too bad Fox abandoned the comic-book source material, which better depicts the Devil’s sheer willfulness.
Fox’s remake of ‘The X-Files’ premieres Sunday night. Will it still embody the sarcastic, outsider soul of Generation X?
Republicans can fix their debate problem in the long term by disrupting the process and giving conservatives leverage over the networks.
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