- March 16, 1998 | Television Review
- In Brief: "The Informant"
- May 21, 2001 | Television Review
- In Brief
- February 23, 2004 | Television Review
- TV Notes
John Leonard reviews Crash of Flight 111, Until the Violence Stops, A Place of Our Own, and more.
- May 1, 2000 | Television Review
- Ali Bubbe
The stories in ABC's "Arabian Nights" may be familiar, but the Borscht Belt humor and cute Israeli star add a frisson of Peace Accord to the project.
- February 10, 2003 | Television Review
- Freedom Over Me
Some of our most distinguished actors give voice to the searing oral histories provided decades ago by freed slaves, in the invaluable Unchained Memories.
- January 17, 2000 | Television Review
- Double Jeopardy
Bigger even than Y2K was the great quiz-show frenzy of 1999; "NYPD Blue" returns, but do we believe Sipowicz really cares about civil rights?
- May 26, 2003 | Television Review
- My Romance
Maggie Smith plays a heart-on-sleeve novelist in the deeply felt My House in Umbria; Rachael Stirling is smashing (natch—she’s Diana Riggs’s daughter) in Tipping the Velvet.
- December 2, 2002 | Television Review
- Away We Go
With Taken, Steven Spielberg hits every cliché in the aliens-having-their-way-with-us playbook. Do we care? Nah.
- December 11, 2000 | Television Review
- John Leonard's TV Notes
- March 22, 1999 | Television Review
- On The Road Again
Susan Sarandon infuses HBO's adaptation of Anne Tyler's road novel "Earthly Possessions" with a comic sparkle that recalls "Thelma & Louise."