Arkansas gets two mentions in a speech that caps off Netflix's mini-series "Waco."
Also Ken Burns' "The Civil War" (on Netflix) and "The Judds."
On 'That Evening Sun' and Bill Hicks.
And HBO remakes a classic with 'Mildred Pierce'
The Televisionist on "Must Love Cats" and "Beyond Scared Straight: San Quentin."
On "Dirty Jobs: Holiday Special" and "Explorer: Born to Rage."
On 'The League,' 'Bridalplasty' and 'Mythbusters: The Presidents Challenge.'
On 'Conan,' 'Hollywood Treasure' and 'Sarah Palin's Alaska.'
on "IRT: Deadliest Roads" and "Sister Wives"
On "Ghoul Brittania," "Law and Order: UK" and "The Walking Dead."
Ranting about 'Undercover Boss.'
On "Boardwalk Empire."
On "Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town," "The Great Food Truck Race" and "The Universe: Time Travel."
'Jersey Shore' and 'The Real Housewives of D.C."
While AMC used to be known mostly for dusting off movies that anyone under 70 years old hadn't seen in decades, the network's created quite a name for itself in recent years with groundbreaking, wholly unique original dramas.
Comedian Louis C.K. is an acquired taste. His comedy, which focuses on the harsh realities of aging, family life and the everyday grind, can be off-putting.
Straight from Reality Show Hell — which, in recent years, has become more of a freak show than a documentary-style examination of anything approaching a normal person's "reality" — comes Spike's "Half Pint Brawlers."
Cathouse; American Experience: New York Underground; Hip-Hop: Beyond the Beats