On Tuesday's "Late Night with David Letterman," Fox News Channel host Bill O'Reilly said, on the subject of controversy surrounding some of his past claims, that, unlike NBC's news anchor Brian Williams, "What I do is analysis."
Tonight's choices include the long-anticipated debut of "The Late Late Show with James Corden," wherein the British writer/comedy performers takes over the time slot formerly held by Craig Ferguson; somebody going home on "Dancing with the Stars"; and the knockout rounds beginning on "The Voice."
In the next-to-the-last episode of Season 5, "The Walking Dead' offers a fast-moving episode that raises the question of whether Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) can shift out of kill-or-be-killed mode, and what that means for him and the rest of his group.
While "Going Clear" is unapologetically one-sided in its dim view of Scientology, the issues it raises -- what is a religion? What motivates people to follow a faith, even when it comes under attack? -- will make you think about the film long after it's over.
In this week's TV Coast to Coast video chat, our rotating team of TV critics from around the country share impressions of the first night of "The Late Late Show with James Corden," and then we move on to gabbing about the upcoming Season 5 finale of "The Walking Dead."
The premiere of "The Late Late Show with James Corden" got off to a pleasant, if unremarkable start, with the British Corden introducing himself to viewers, and welcoming guests Mila Kunis and Tom Hanks for some chit chat, and a high-speed tribute to Hanks' movie career.
Tofay's TV Talk includes more rumblings that David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson may return as Mulder and Scully for a new, limited-episode "The X-Files" TV series; and Connie Britton joins the cast of "American Crime: The People v. O.J. Simpson," the first in a new anthology series from producer Ryan Murphy.
The week's choices include the debut of "The Late Late Show with James Corden," the next-to-the-last "Walking Dead" of the season, the "spring premiere" of "Bones," the season finale of "The Mindy Project," and the "Kids' Choice Awards 2015."