Every now and then, someone says, “They don't make them like they used to.” For some film buffs, old movies have an appeal newer films can't duplicate.
There are some classic TV shows that are were so well done the first time around and so memorable that they just shouldn't be messed with at all.
Get ready to enter the Twilight Zone again! CBS is planning to relaunch the classic series on its streaming service, CBS All Access.
We all have our favorite cartoon characters, but mine are mostly old-school, pre-1970s, before everything became computer animation. Here's my list.
Featuring a rotating collection of pricing games, 'The Price is Right' has been a high-rated fixture on daytime television for 45 years.
Combine a widower with three sons, a widow with three daughters and a crazy maid into one home and you have the 1970s hit 'The Brady Bunch.'
Streaming services are promoting themselves as alternatives to cable and satellite service, but with more options popping up, how many is too many?
Please reserve judgment. That's HBO's message to viewers who are already taking to social media to protest its new show, 'Confederate.'
From 1987 to 1994, 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' told the story of a new Starship Enterprise and a new crew set some 70 years after the original series.
any people assume the habit of channel surfing must have started after TV remote controls became the rage. But they'd be wrong.
Four decades ago in a galaxy not so far away at all, a film franchise called 'Star Wars' made its official debut...and history.
Fox's 'The Orville,' which premieres this fall might actually be an entertaining show...unless it turns out to be too much of a good thing.