by Lee Sandlin | Jan 31, 2002
Or so you might think after the first few episodes of NBC's new backstage drama.
by Lee Sandlin | Oct 5, 2006
When you solve the mysteries of TV, you discover nothing more than a bunch of corporate hacks counting dollars.
by Lee Sandlin | Jun 23, 1994
Tolkien's tidy war, brought to life more faithfully than ever in a new extended box set.
by Lee Sandlin | Jan 6, 2005
This year's "quality" offering turns out to be yet another damn show about the American family--its problems, its triumphs, its enduring strength as a subject for TV.
by Lee Sandlin | Oct 20, 1994
From Wicked River by Lee Sandlin
by Lee Sandlin | Nov 4, 2010
For a real thrill, skip Crystal Skull and track down this labor of love instead.
by Lee Sandlin | May 22, 2008
When the narcissistic vultures on Cashmere Mafia get you down, go see Beth and Val.
by Lee Sandlin | Feb 21, 2008
The existential hell that is CBS's Monday night lineup
by Lee Sandlin | Mar 29, 2007
Much ado about everything, all the time, on a pair of ABC dramas
by Lee Sandlin | Feb 8, 2007
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