Cristela Alonzo’s self-titled sitcom brings positive family comedy back to TV. Read more →
In Manhattan Love Story, viewers hear the lead characters’ thoughts – but they’re not worth thinking about.Read more →
Selfie tells a My Fair Lady story in today’s social media-obsessed world.Read more →
Catching murderers is easier if you can’t die.Read more →
NBC’s new fall TV shows are next up in the Parents Television Council’s coverage of PaleyFest.
So what’s worth watching for families on NBC this fall?
The PTC reviewed “A to Z,” which may not necessarily appeal to children, but appears to have “little objectionable content.” In addition,...Read more →
The “romantic comedy” Marry Me has no genuine warmth or realistic dialogue…but does contain insults and profanity galore.Read more →
Constantine features levels of violence and horror that are hellish – literally.Read more →
Sincere and warm-hearted, this series tells the story of a romance…from A to Z.Read more →
Murder mystery? Romantic soap opera? Over-the-top family sitcom? Gritty cop drama? The Mysteries of Laura is all of these – but ends up being less than the sum of its parts.Read more →
In the continuing coverage of PaleyFest, today our focus shifts to FOX Broadcasting’s new fall shows. The Parents Television Council’s
special correspondent Christopher Gildemeister has written several reviews about some of the new shows on FOX to help families decide what shows might be worth watching.
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Mixing off-the-wall comedy, teen soap opera, and serious drama, Red Band Society is the fall’s most challenging and unusual new show.Read more →
Gotham gives viewers a world filled with Batman’s sadistic villains – but no Batman.Read more →
The murder mystery Gracepoint is devoted to characters, conspiracies, and clues, not sexual or violent content.Read more →
Fox’s Mulaney is a nearly perfect copy of Seinfeld – except that it isn’t funny.Read more →
The CW and CBS showcased a few of their upcoming new fall TV shows over the weekend, and the Parents Television Council’s special correspondent Christopher Gildemeister has given parents the inside scoop on what shows may – or may not – be good for their...Read more →
A program full of action without graphic violence, relationship drama without graphic sex, and which makes being smart look cool, Scorpion is a safe, fun pick the whole family can enjoy.Read more →
CBS’ new drama Madam Secretary features political intrigue without offensive content.Read more →
Stalker aims to tell stories about terrorized innocents – but it succeeds in terrorizing viewers.Read more →
CBS turns to established stars Scott Bakula and CCH Pounder in its latest sequel to TV’s most popular show.Read more →
What does it say when a show’s trailer contains a laugh track?Read more →
The Flash is a comic-based program with an upbeat, truly heroic hero. Read more →
For much of its existence, the CW network has been home to sex-centered series like Gossip Girl. Jane the Virgin continues the tradition – with a twist.Read more →
Consumers and families in Canada have an ally in Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his conservative Tory Party.
Consumers are frustrated over being forced to buy large bundles of channels they don’t want when they sign up for satellite and cable TV services, says Industry...Read more →
The PTC is going to PaleyFest. You are invited to come along, and get a jump on the new fall TV shows!
Each year, the Paley Center for Media hosts PaleyFest, a preview of some of the new fall shows on the broadcast networks (CBS, ABC,...Read more →
Warning: anatomical references and graphic descriptions of violence
The creator of the HBO series Game of Thrones, George R. R. Martin, recently gave an interview in which he decried the criticism of the sexual content of the show – or at least relative to the criticism of...Read more →