Spend even five minutes on social media, and you’ll walk away convinced the world is nuttier than it’s ever been.
In one of the promos for the upcoming ninth season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (10 p.m. Sunday, HBO), Larry David is summoned back to television by having his sour puss reflected on the clouds, Batsignal-style.
Let’s get this out of the way right up front: This is, at best, a mediocre crop of new fall shows.
Among the many questions raised by “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” are: Did Kentucky manage to hurt director and co-writer Matthew Vaughn in some way as a child? And why does he think Kentucky’s stereotypes are identical to those of Texas?
Once “Friends” became a sensation in 1994, it was followed by more sitcoms about wisecracking single white New Yorkers than you could shake one of those free AOL CD-ROMs at.
If you’re HBO, where do you go once you’ve played the sex-and-dragons card?
Some covert operatives take no prisoners. Mitch Rapp (Dylan O’Brien) takes no orders.
“IT” may be the first movie I’ve ever liked simply because of how much it reminds me of other things I like.
When assessing Seth MacFarlane’s projects — “Family Guy,” “American Dad!,” “The Cleveland Show,” the “Ted” movies and “A Million Ways to Die in the West” — it’s important to keep things in perspective. With his success-to-failure ratio, as a baseball player, he’d be headed to the hall of fame. As a surgeon, he’d be headed to prison.
It was so hot on the Strip in mid-June while filming the finals of “American Ninja Warrior” (8 p.m. Monday, NBC), for the first time in the show’s six seasons here, the production team had to use portable air-conditioning systems to cool down other portable air-conditioning systems just to keep them running.