A broadcast journalism graduate of University of Central Oklahoma, Craig Sanger is film critic for Oklahoma City FOX affiliate KOKH-TV, morning radio host on KATT-FM, and staff writer at distinctly Oklahoma Magazine.
Craig is a voting member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association.
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Entertainment News and Reviews from Washington, D.C. and beyond.
James Joseph Gandolfini, Jr., who portrayed Tony Soprano in the HBO hit series, has died in in Italy at the age of 51.
HBO’s darkly sinister and oh so sexy True Blood takes flight on its sixth season tonight at 8:45 p.m. Eastern.
The Go-Go’s and The Psychedelic Furs stop by the Filene Center delivering an 1980s alternative hit parade for fans
Put the Fiftieth State in lead at this year’s Miss USA.
A carefully guided tour through the confusing world of modern bookselling and publishing.
A round eye’s guide into the Chinese world.
This column will cover anything that has anything remotely to do with the game of baseball, from the game itself to mid-summer trades to offseason moves.
Great discoveries in the world of restaurants and chefs fulfill the quest for delicious food and cooking.
Television commentary, reviews, news and nonstop DVR catch-up by Lisa King Doloff and friends.
Published 2:08 a.m. July 28, 2011
Larry David's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and Louis C.K.'s "Louie" provide much-needed laughs during the usually dry palette of summer show. Two very funny guys. Two very funny shows.
Published 12:39 a.m. July 11, 2011
What’s not to love about secret alliances, plot twists and, of course, the three-hour raw feed on “After Dark” on Showtime 2?
Published 12:54 a.m. June 23, 2011
TNT's newest offering, the post-invasion thriller “Falling Skies” puts a slight slant one of the oldest sci-fi conceits of alien invasion
Published 10:46 p.m. June 19, 2011
"Modern Family" tops the Broadcast Television Journalists Association's inaugural award show.
Published 11:01 p.m. June 14, 2011
With summer television usually comes a healthy serving of reality programming, guilty pleasure, mindless entertainment and network shows that’ll be burned off after never finding a foothold in the schedule.
Published 9:41 a.m. June 6, 2011
“Franklin and Bash” is an unusual offering from the cable outlet known for older skewing dramas. Breckin Meyer and Mark Paul Gosselaar play frat-ish bad boys who practice law in their own unique style.
Published 6:03 a.m. May 31, 2011
After an exciting comedy television season (that saw its share of drama) draws to a close, the tides of comedy’s top shows have begun to turn.
Published 6:33 a.m. May 23, 2011
A look at the big four network's new programs and fall schedules.
Published 6:06 a.m. May 16, 2011
As programming seasons change, it’s time to look back at the winners, the losers and read the last rites of the shows that won’t see the flicker of another broadcast year.
Published 9:09 a.m. May 9, 2011
Mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of a Seattle teen in AMC’s “The Killing.”
Published 5:53 a.m. May 2, 2011
After all of those annoying ads, “The Voice” finally debuts on NBC.
Published 6:47 p.m. April 25, 2011
NBC axed "The Paul Reiser Show" after two episodes, and for good reason.
Published 6:01 p.m. April 18, 2011
Funny man Norm Macdonald makes his triumphant return to the forefront of comedy with “Sports Show with Norm MacDonald” for Comedy Central.
Published 9:00 a.m. April 10, 2011
How many talk shows are too many? Katie Couric, is the latest media gadfly expected to jump into the already-crowded afternoon chat field.
Published 6:15 a.m. April 4, 2011
NBC will soon be tasked with doing the impossible: Replacing one of TV’s funniest lead characters on one of TV’s funniest comedies.