What did Monitor readers choose as the best sitcom in the history of television?
'Monuments' stars George Clooney, Matt Damon, and Bill Murray.
'Inside Llewyn Davis' stars Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, and Justin Timberlake.
The Starz miniseries 'Dancing on the Edge' is a crime saga and a jazz celebration, director Joss Whedon adapts Shakespeare for his movie 'Much Ado About Nothing,' and more top picks.
'Monsters University' is a Pixar prequel to their film 'Monsters, Inc.'
The SAG Awards 2013 featured 'Argo' winning the best ensemble cast prize and Daniel Day-Lewis continuing on his seemingly sure path to the Oscar stage.
Some elements don't quite coalesce, but 'Flight' is a pretty good nail-biter.
'Argo' stars Alan Arkin and John Goodman give especially strong performances in the strange-but-true story.
Two staples of late-night TV – 'The Tonight Show' and 'Nightline' – received bad news this month, suggesting that a recasting of the late-night order might not be far off.
Sarah Palin is appearing on 'Today,' pitting her against Katie Couric on 'GMA.' The ratings ploy evokes memories of the 2008 interview, but raises questions about the moniker 'co-host.'