Sherlock Holmes has been reborn in a series that debuts its second season this weekend on PBS. Steven Moffat, the man who reinvented Doctor Who and made it into a hit, is also behind the Holmes reboot and provides insights on what makes Sherlock Holmes work. The new season premiers on Sunday.
The stakes are high in Mexico's upcoming presidential election. The candidates will meet Sunday to debate the issues, but many in Mexico won't be watching as the two largest television networks have chosen not to air them, in favor of regular programming.
While television most likely won't disappear anytime soon, younger viewers are watching more programming online. Exclusive programming for online television streaming services Hulu and Netflix has some wondering if television is becoming outdated.
Despite being under house arrest, Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, is still making headlines. Assange debuted his talk show, The World Tomorrow, Tuesday on Russian television. The first episode is available online and features an interview with Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah.
The creator and star of HBO's much-talked about show Girls said she often has to remind herself that as much as life isn't the idyllic picture often portrayed on TV, it's also not a constant stream of tarring and feathering either.
Bob Newhart is a legendary figure in American comedy. Alongside a 50 year career as a stand up comic, Newhart starred in two self titled sitcoms, and won a Grammy for his comedy record "The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart." According to Newhart, the road to success was long, and utterly unpredictable.
CBS News correspondent Mike Wallace died this weekend in Connecticut at the age of 93. Wallace was one of the original co-hosts of CBS' "60 Minutes" when it debuted in 1968. He was one of the country's best-known broadcast journalists.
Kerry Washington has stared on the big screen and the small. In her latest role, in ABC's new series Scandal, she plays a character "ripped from the headlines" -- a Washington, D.C., lawyer who fixes problems for VIP clients.
Sarah Palin and Katie Couric went head-to-head again Tuesday — this time as hosts of morning TV shows. Couric and Palin had a memorable interview during the 2008 presidential campaign that many say irreversibly damaged Palin's political fortunes and the John McCain-Sarah Palin presidential ticket.
Look around prime time television line-ups and you'll find several examples of the economic hard times that Americans are facing. And though times are starting to look better, with the economy trending upward, more Great Recession-themed shows are popping up on TV schedules.