VH1’s series pushes the boundaries of reality television.
The Daily Show’s senior bloviator gets a desk of his own.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent subs in the pinch-hitting team.
Tom and Katie’s scary Scientology birth plan.
Two new Sex and the City ripoffs prove that estrogen is not enough.
A cheerfully sicko social satire from the BBC.
The screwups were the best part of the live season premiere of Will & Grace.
ABC’s Commander in Chief is cheesy good fun.
HBO’s Sunday night cringe-comedy lineup.
Everybody Hate Chris is an unexpectedly sweet portrait of a black working-class family.
CBS’ Threshold imagines an alieninvasion.
Fox’s new forensics drama is CSI with older corpses.
Fox’s Reunion brings high-concept plotting to the teen soap.
The archetype of the inept but lovable slacker.
HBO’s new documentary Children of Beslan is brilliant, but bone-crushingly sad.
HBO’s Rome is an expensively mounted, lovingly researched snore.
Is the current craze for Hollywood satire a symptom of the industry’s guilty conscience?
Little Britain is a perversely funny import from the BBC.