If you’re enjoying today’s golden age of television drama, you owe a thanks to Steven Bochco and Michael Kozoll for blazing a trail that arguably began more than three decades ago with "Hill Street Blues."
Lisa Hochstein's effervescence is contagious, and it's impossible not to like her from the start. I recently caught up with Lisa and she shared her fitness and nutrition secrets and talked about keeping it real on TV.
It may sound like a movie you've seen before, but this time TLC has managed to persuade real-life royals to go undercover and explore what happens when they head to America to live, work, and search for love in the new series, Secret Princes.
It’s an indication of Sorkin’s stature in popular culture today that he’s the only writer whose trademarks such as witty banter and walk-and-talk are so well-known that Tina Fey could parody them on 30 Rock.
Renee Graziano is a force. Throughout two seasons of Mob Wives, she's let us in to her life where we've seen this strong, outspoken mother and loyal friend thrust on a journey of up and downs bigger than most of us can even imagine.
Throw two internationally renowned chefs, a group of hungry contestants, a multi-destination worldwide itinerary, and a competition full of tasks and challenges into a pot, follow it with a camera crew, mix it together and you've got Bravo's newest culinary competition that soars to new global heights.
When AMC's critically acclaimed Mad Men returns on Sunday, March 25, it remains to be seen how loyal its viewers are. After a 17-month break, will fans return to find out how Madison Avenue ad man Don Draper fared after the drama of last season?
One thing’s for sure in the world of Manhattan real estate — swimming in the realtor shark pool takes guts and innovation. Case in point, Ryan Serhant, one of Bravo’s new Golden Boys on the new series Million Dollar Listing New York.
Eleven years and counting — that's a lifetime for a TV program these days and American Idol is celebrating a huge milestone this year, despite dwindling ratings. Idol head honcho Nigel Lythgoe isn't a bit worried about where the show is going, or which voice-related shows are chasing Idol's star.