Darlene Love sang some of the most well-known girl group songs of to come out of Phil Spector's hit factory. She was credited for only some of them, but almost 50 years later, she still works — especially at Christmas.
Monkey See posts about TCA 2011
Do you wonder just how tall the shoes get at the Television Critics Association press tour? Well, they get pretty tall, and the hair gets pretty important, and we're here to show it to you.
What do you do when your brain is fried and you just can't think anymore? Well, perhaps you watch the Hallmark Channel original Honeymoon For One. At least I did.
At Saturday night's Television Critics Association Awards, Oprah Winfrey poked fun at herself, host Nick Offerman sang a song, and several very good shows were honored for a good year.
A panel discussion about Simon Cowell's new competition show turned a little nutty Friday morning as talk turned to The Exorcist and some very big payouts.
FX's new show, American Horror Story, is a crazy haunted-house psychosexual thriller and possibly far too ambitious for its own good. But it's also highly entertaining and unexpected in a very tame TV environment.
NBC is in fourth place, and that always makes the presentation from its executives a little tense. But in all honesty, the network doesn't have a worse lineup than anyone else; it just finds it harder to sell.
It's good to have a hit on your hands, but as HBO learned when it faced questions from critics about Game Of Thrones, the more people like your show, the more they're going to want reassurance that under no circumstances will you let anything happen to it.
Sure, you know the panels about big, important dramas and raucous, star-powered comedies might produce interesting quotes. But in the hands of a great panelist like actor Tom Cavanagh, even a discussion of Christmas TV movie can take flight.
Playboy TV held an event for TV critics at the Playboy Mansion on Wednesday night. Perhaps you know about the monkeys and the peacocks and the grotto, but just in case you don't, please join us.
The Weather Channel has a split brand, in a sense: they're your source for some of the most everyday information in your life, but also for dramatic storms and other disasters. They spoke today about where the channel is — and isn't — going next.
It's time again to head out with the rest of the TV-heads to the Television Critics Association press tour. From Buffy's return to the weird gender politics of the fall season, we look at five stories we'll be watching over the next couple of weeks.