How I Met Your Mother has been nominated for 24 Emmy awards over its run, with a solid win of seven of the category awards. With most successful shows, the main casts are often shored up with peripheral characters that add to the charms of the story lines. How I Met Your Mother is no exception.
Some call him "Dr. Fix It," media call on him when they need an expert opinion, and these days he's become several reality TV stars' best friend. Dr. Fiorillo has long been a leader in the field of plastic and cosmetic surgery, and now everybody knows it.
The episode "Nobody's Fault" is a game-changer. It has taken everything we know about the character House and the series and brought them to a place we never thought we'd see them go (although we may have had our suspicions they'd get there one day).
The popularity of Netflix and Video on Demand has changed people's viewing habits, not always for the better. But WNET, New York's public television station, has made great strides in bringing back the old fashioned Saturday night triple feature with their Reel 13 series.
The X Factor has taken the US by storm. Simon Cowell's decision to take this powerhouse program from an already successful venture in Britain to America has paid off handsomely, drawing in viewers by the millions twice a week as the country tunes in to watch performers and vote on their fate.
With fantasy, fairy tales, sci-fi, and the supernatural overwhelming television this season -- Grimm is this week’s newbie -- it’s no wonder the latest female comedies and detective dramas pale. Some exceptions this week include Whitechapel. Also, Brian Williams delivers...
The documentary goes beyond just showing clips and offering a glossy overview of popular television programs. It gets to the heart of its subject by speaking not only with those who have portrayed iconic characters and made them household names but also with those responsible for writing and producing these shows.