The final season of “The Practice” introduced James Spader as Alan Shore and William Shatner as Denny Crane, characters who went on to infamy in “Boston Legal.”
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It’s eaten into their ratings and wreaked copyright havoc, but the web could end up becoming the Big Four’s most powerful tool.
It starred a guy who could shoot lightning bolts out of his hands. How was this show not a huge hit?
Another new NBC sitcom. Here’s the Popdose first impression of “Guys with Kids”
Matthew Perry returns to television with his new dramedy, “Go On.” Here’s the Popdose first impression.
The Popdose First Impression of NBC’s “The New Normal.”
“Bent” is great and worthy of the other fine comedies on NBC.
Kelly Stitzel gives her thoughts on NBC’s new musical drama that stars Debra Messing, Anjelica Houston and a bunch of scarves.
Chris Holmes and Scott Malchus take a look at the two fantasy series that premiered just before Halloween.
Kelly Stitzel looks at a returning favorite, Parks and Recreation.
Thursday was ladies night as Popdose looks at three new TV series.
Today Johnny Bicardi reviews 2 Broke Girls, a new sitcom on CBS, and Scott Malchus discusses NBC’s The Playboy Club.
Jeff Giles decides whether to love or H8 a new CW show and Scott Malchus looks at two of NBC’s highly touted new comedies.
Scott Malchus examines the 2011 Emmy nominations in the latest edition of The Three Strike Rule
The Dean Martin Variety Show offered a little something for everyone. There was music (well, duh) and plenty of laughs, but there was also a lot of style. Everyone on stage who joined Dean carried with them a sense of class. Most important, everyone on the show seemed to be having a great time, often at the expense of Dean.
The Popdose staff says farewell to Steve Carell by counting down the best Michael Scott moments from NBC’s “The Office.”
Emilia Rhodes and Scott Malchus countdown the ten best episodes of Friday Night Lights before the show takes its final bow.
Emilia Rhodes and Scott Malchus break down NBC’s new Thursday night of comedy.
From gangsters to vampires, and cable dramas to network comedies, a list of the best in television in 2010.
30 Rock went back to its Saturday Night Live roots for a live broadcast. Scott Malchus takes a look at everything that went right for the Emmy Award winning series on Thursday night.