Monday begins the official new fall season and here's a reminder that I'll have an overview on the front of Sunday's Style section. Meanwhile, today, Friday, Saturday and Sunday are a sort of calm before the storm -- nothing much on but a bunch of football.
You can always count on PBS to let you know just how wonderful you are. Well, not only you, personally, but human beings in general.
The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards air at 7 p.m. Monday on NBC with Saturday Night Live "Weekend Update" anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che as co-hosts. I hope you've seen some of the nominees.
I don't know about you, but I'm scrounging around the TV listings these days just waiting for the new fall season to begin on Sept. 24. There are the tail ends of some series dribbling out and a few odds and ends popping up, but the smorgasbord of good stuff is still a week and a half out.
It's time once again for Ryan Murphy to scare the spit out of us. Lock the doors and turn on all the lights.
It's being billed as "Miss America 2.0." Whatever that may mean, it's no longer your mama's (or great-grandmama's) Miss America Pageant anymore.
It's hard to believe that it has been almost 17 years since the al-Qaeda attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, when 19 terrorists hijacked four airliners and caused panic across the land.
The official new fall season is still more than two weeks away, so cable is sneaking in a couple of new dramas today hoping they'll get noticed before the deluge. Both are rated TV-MA and contain a fair share of violence, so here's what you need to know.
Here we are barely into September and school is already back in session, so it's time to begin seriously thinking about the return of our favorite TV shows and the arrival of all the exciting new series.
There's a wise old maxim that says, "There are no bad cats, just bad cat owners." OK, maybe that's about dogs, but the same could be applied to our feisty feline fur babies as well.