Fox's new reality show "Utopia," is far from perfect, it's riddled with problems, but it's easily one of the most fascinating shows on television right now.
One of my favorite times of year is the new fall TV season. Who knows, you might find yourself addicted to 2014′s newest hit! Here are 16 shows to watch out for.
Bart and Lisa Simpson, Chief Wiggam and son Ralph, bartender Moe and Apu from Kwik-E-Mart came to the Hollywood Bowl to celebrate 25 years of "The Simpsons."
There has been a lot of discussion lately surrounding AMC's "The Walking Dead" and its gay characters - or, more precisely, lack thereof.
In relation to "our place" in the new crop of Fall TV shows, I will borrow a catchphrase from one Ms. Kathy Griffin and ask,"Where are my gays at?" Let's take a look at what we have to work with...
Joshua Altman and Geoffrey Taft are a couple whose work flipping properties has led to stardom as TV's new renovation mavens. They're featured on "Roadhouse Showdown," airing on A&E's new FYI network.
Shot on location in Chicago, this television serial, another in a line of successful spaghetti crime dramas from Primetime Emmy Award-winning executive producer Dick Wolf ("Law & Order"), knows how to make a create an action sequence.
That teen vampire soap keeps surprising with its level of sexiness, suspense, and scintillating story lines. Luckily the Blu-ray/DVD/Digital set is generous with bonus features that make it worth owning.
The long-running series is back, with sexy leads Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles. The Blu-ray is not only comprehensive but also sheds a light on how much fun the series is behind closed doors.