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He’s an old-school performer who specializes in hard-hitting punch lines and isn’t interested in fighting culture wars. That makes him a rarity in comedy today.
The acclaimed author of “The Things They Carried” talked to The Times about writing for Season 3 and how an all-volunteer military force changed the public’s perception of war.
On the backyard set of this NBC bar comedy, they’re always glad you came. (“They” are raccoons and skunks who like craft services.)
Meyers and other late-night hosts went after the president for boasting that he had donated part of his salary to the Department of Homeland Security.
Desiree Akhavan’s “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” airs on HBO. And Patricia Arquette stars in a new true-crime anthology series on Hulu.
Mr. Corden, a musical theater enthusiast who won a Tony Award himself in 2012, will preside over the award ceremony on June 9 at Radio City Music Hall.
The $71.3 billion acquisition of most of Rupert Murdoch’s entertainment empire is officially done. The ripple effects may not become clear for years.
From “Stalag 17” to “Community,” Mr. Erdman showed up for more than 70 years in roles that were usually small but often memorable.
“After a terrorist act, to condemn the extremist ideology of the terrorist should be a slam dunk,” Colbert said. “On the other hand, he can’t jump.”
Amy Schumer shows off her baby bump in a new Netflix special. And a feel-good series about friendly neighbors arrives on NBC.
Alex Gibney’s new HBO documentary “The Inventor” is only the latest retelling of the Silicon Valley fraud that captivated the public imagination.
The Lannisters go to trial, the Boltons heat up their takeover of the North and Dany considers whether it’s a good time to hop over to Westeros (or not).
Whether you’re looking for a new reality dating show, an irreverent comedy or a broody British thriller, here’s our pick of the best recent titles.
A new documentary on HBO chronicles the baffling Theranos story. And a legal-drama series debuts on ABC.
No matter what game they’re playing, men like Axe and Chuck aren’t happy unless they go all-in on every hand.
In an interview, the influential proto-punk frontman discusses the Sex Pistols, Lester Bangs, drugs and “Punk,” his new documentary series on Epix.
Mr. Silverman collaborated with Gale Sayers on his memoir, a chapter of which was later adapted into one of the most popular TV movies of all time.
Catch the final season of an irreverent romantic comedy series on Amazon. Or follow a father’s search for his daughter in a thriller on Starz.
The well-known astrophysicist faced accusations of sexual misconduct involving three women. His broadcasters said they completed their investigation but did not release their findings.
As I struggle with chronic pain, cozy for me is less hygge and more my ex-boyfriend’s mother, nurses with juice and weird, sandy doughnuts.
The half-hour show will premiere in September and make her the only woman with a late-night show on one of the so-called Big Four broadcast networks, a statement said.
In a new series Elba created for Netflix, an actor known for larger-than-life characters plays a washed-up D.J. and straight man to an 11-year-old terror.
Ahead of Season 4, the showrunners talked about what it’s like to portray excess in a world that keeps stretching the definition.
If/when he manages to separate from his group of friends, Mr. Rannells will take a Swiffer to his floors, attempt to work out, or listen to a podcast.
After the Senate overturned the president’s declaration of a national emergency at the border, Colbert wryly congratulated him for making history.
The maybe-final episodes of “Arrested Development” hit Netflix. And a new documentary about Richard Pryor airs on TV.
This episode of “Star Trek: Discovery” features a Spock that even Burnham admits is “entirely out of character.” Audiences will likely agree.
Ms. Loughlin, who had been in two Hallmark series, is one of the wealthy parents accused of making payoffs to get their children into elite colleges.
After canceling one of TV’s best series, the streaming outlet seemed to want to get credit for mourning its own business decision.
Leaving after a five-year stint is the veteran entertainment journalist Jess Cagle. Taking his place is Dan Wakeford, who learned his craft in London.
The charges against Smollett, an actor on the TV show “Empire,” stem from his report of a racist and homophobic attack that the police say was staged.
Bias and harassment are systemic on show staffs, according to a new study of writers who were female, people of color, disabled or L.G.B.T.
“Shrill,” available Friday on Hulu, stars Aidy Bryant as a woman trying to break out of the “mind prison” she’s starting to recognize and reject.
After President Trump said the late-night shows were trading in “one-sided hatred,” Kimmel pushed back.