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Interview: Patti Novak, ‘America’s Toughest Matchmaker,’ on Love, Relationships, and Matchmaking

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Matchmakers are making a resurgence, and Patti Novak is leading the charge. Read More »

TV Review: Bates Motel – “Pilot”

A&E's new show about Norman Bates' high school year sis about as good as you'd expect. Read More »

DVD Review: The Glades – The Complete Second Season

To quote my 12-year-old son: "Turn it off. This is a very bad TV show. Please turn it off." Read More »

DVD Review: Breakout Kings – The Complete First Season

A show that is unsurprising in its unpredictability. Read More »

DVD Review: The Glades – The Complete First Season

An eccentrically-addictive amalgamation of just about every TV show out there. Read More »

TV Review: Breakout Kings – “Pilot”

Breakout Kings is a gritter, more character-driven version of Leverage. Read More »

TV Preview: Breakout Kings

The one-time FOX pilot makes its way to series on A&E. Read More »

TV Review: Hasselhoff, Simmons and Saget Invade A&E

Reality TV gets a makeover. Read More »

TV Review: A Teacher Rates Teach: Tony Danza

Teach: Tony Danza shows what happens when a career actor steps into the classroom and tries public school teaching. Read More »

Steven Seagal: Lawman and Dog The Bounty Hunter Return to A&E

Yes, they’re back. But is that really a good thing? Read More »