Watch out American Idol, there's a new singing show in TV town, and it's called The Voice.
One phrase most entertainment reporters fail to mention about Oprah Winfrey's 25 years as the "queen of talk" is "union employer and member."
If you're not into "American Idol" and think it has no place in this publication, stop reading now, and direct your anti-popular culture comments and criticisms elsewhere.
MSNBC’s suspension of Keith Olbermann for contributing to the re-election campaign of Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., and two other Democrats has been the occasion for much discussion about the issue of journalistic standards.
Somehow, an NBC sitcom about U.S. jobs going overseas is becoming a hit.
Sooner or later every popular TV show eventually flops, and "American Idol" last season appeared to be heading down that path - but the show must go on, right?
My favorite television show at the moment is Fox's "House," but one episode made me scratch my head.
Forty-four years ago, pop culture received an unexpected push leftward with "A Charlie Brown Christmas."