Columbo Legendary Peter Falk is a four-time Primetime Emmy Award-winner for his iconic role as the beloved, trenchcoat-wearing Police Lieutenant Columbo. Columbo is the landmark series that inspired a genre. And now, for the first time ever, all 69 episodes from its seven seasons and all 24 television movies are together in this 34-disc anthology. […]
If next season turns out to be a tame or even timid one on network television, you can thank the season that’s winding down.
Before Fox trots out its Upfronts presentation word on the fates of at least three freshman shows is now out.
Monday March 26: ‘Alcatraz‘ (8pm ET on Fox) **Season Finale** Record Now Doc and Rebecca close in on a man who may be the key to revealing the secrets behind all the returning criminals. Meanwhile, Hauser makes a discovery beneath the halls of Alcatraz that brings him ever closer to the truth. Then, revealing doors […]
It looks like the producers of the FOX show “Alcatraz” can do more than just shoot a show about time-traveling criminals. They actually can heal the sick. Well, that’s not completely true, but, according to TMZ, they were in a position to help a woman who had suffered a stroke. During a shoot in San […]
With “The Voice” and “Smash” both experiencing double-digit ratings increases on Monday night, NBC took a decisive overall win on an evening that saw CBS’ formidable Monday night lineup in repeats.
Who doesn’t love a good prison show? As A&E’s “Breakout Kings” returns, we take an inventory of TV’s jailhouse hits.
An interview with the executive producers of FOX’s new hit “Alcatraz,” where they explain that blood is part of why all of these missing prisoners are coming back, almost a half century after they disappeared.
Where J.J. Abrams is concerned, the “Revolution” will definitely be televised. “Lost” creator Abrams, along with his fellow “Alacatraz” producer Bryan Burk and “Supernatural” creator Eric Kripke have been given the green-light from NBC for their pilot “Revolution.” Described as a “high octane action drama,” the pilot follows “a group of characters struggling to survive […]
The CW picked up three new pilots Tuesday, including a drama from “Lost” and “Alcatraz” producers J.J. Abrams and Bryan Burk.