- Most Popular TV Shows in 2003-2004. // World Almanac for Kids;2005, p125
The article lists the most popular television shows in 2003 and 2004 for children and young adults. "The Amanda Show," "The Fairly OddParents," "Pimp My Ride," "American Idol," "The Simpsons," "Malcolm in the Middle" and others.
- Cheerleader Nation. Gallo, Phil // Variety Movie Reviews;3/21/2006, p1
The article reviews the television program "Cheerleader Nation."
- Lighting strikes again. Dallas, Sam // Inside Film;Dec2011/Jan2012, Issue 144, p64
The article reviews the television program "Lightning Point" starring Lucy Fry and Jessica Green, created by Jonathan M. Shiff.
- Skins. Ross, Dalton // Entertainment Weekly;1/21/2011, Issue 1138, p71
A review is presented of the television program "Skins," a U.S. remake of a British program featuring Eleanor Zichy.
- SORORITY FOREVER. Stack, Tim // Entertainment Weekly;9/19/2008, Issue 1012, p59
The article reviews weekday online drama "Sorority Forever," produced by McG and starring Jessica Rose.
- Telling It Like It Isn't. // Time;3/21/1969, Vol. 93 Issue 12, p63
The article reviews the television program "The Mod Squad," starring Peggy Lipton, Michael Cole, and Clarence Williams III.
- Network Benchwarmers. Rosenblatt, Josh // Texas Observer: A Journal of Free Voices;5/28/2010, Vol. 102 Issue 10, p25
The article reviews the weekly drama series "Friday Night Lights" from NBC, about high school football in Dillon, a fictional town in West Texas.
- MUST WATCH OF THE WEEK. Shaw, Jessica; Armstrong, Jennifer // Entertainment Weekly;12/19/2008, Issue 1026, p55
This article reviews the television program "Skins" starring Nicholas Hoult and Mike Bailey.
- The Bedford Diaries. Wheat, Alynda // Entertainment Weekly;3/31/2006, Issue 870, p57
The article reviews the television program "The Bedford Diaries," starring Penn Badgley and Tiffany Dupont.