Mr. Harington discusses “Gunpowder,” his new historical thriller on HBO, and what his character does and doesn’t share with Jon Snow.
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She talks about her leap from the Disney Channel’s “K.C. Undercover” into adult fare as a trapeze artist in “The Greatest Showman.”
If the president insists on four-plus hours a day of screen time, maybe he could ease up on the angry-making cable news.
Our television critics on their favorites this year, including “Better Things,” “The Good Place” and “Twin Peaks: The Return.”
TNT offers a “Star Wars” crash course. And the chef Rashad Jones hosts a new food travel show.
Disney has achieved great success under the leadership of Robert A. Iger. But he is likely to be judged on the success of his 21st Century Fox deal.
With competition among streaming services growing, the tech giant added an untitled space drama from an executive producer of the rebooted “Battlestar Galactica.”
Before heading to rehearsals for the Off Broadway play “Cardinal,” Ms. Chlumsky shopped for candles, perfumes and other holiday presents.
An F.B.I. agent criticized President Trump during the 2016 campaign, and now conservatives are saying the agency is biased. Mr. Noah isn’t convinced.
Jean-Claude Van Damme pokes fun at his meathead persona in a new Amazon series. And Mark Wahlberg tries to save the Gulf Coast in “Deepwater Horizon.”
Netflix is the clear leader in the streaming wars, but Disney’s deal with 21st Century Fox changes things. Here’s a look at the various streaming services.
Larry David’s cringe humor sitcom, which returned this fall after a long hiatus, will begin production on a new season in the spring.
In Amazon’s “Jean-Claude Van Johnson,” we learn that films like “Bloodsport” and “Timecop” were covers for a career as a secret agent. That’s a relief.
The filmmaker stepped down from his production company Thursday, after he wrote that he had engaged in sexual misconduct dating to his college days.
“Their bravery changed the world,” Ms. Bee said of the women who came forward against Mr. Moore.
Taylor Swift performs at Jingle Ball following an album release. And Amy Sherman-Palladino’s “Bunheads” arrives on Hulu.
The frenetic season finale of “Mr. Robot” cycled through suspense and tragedy, high melodrama and horror spectacle.
The network said it had indefinitely suspended distribution of Mr. Smiley’s nightly program after an investigation found “credible allegations” of inappropriate behavior against him.
The executive, Andy Yeatman, unwittingly told a woman who had accused the actor of rape that the company didn’t believe the accusers.
The Emmy-nominated actress from “This is Us” has been cast in an updated version of Neil LaBute’s play.
On this week’s podcast, the actress and comedian reads an essay about the trouble with men who behave like children.
“Mosaic” will be an HBO mini-series in January. But first, it’s an intriguing if unsatisfying app, testing the limits of interactivity.
Stephen Colbert and other late-night hosts made fun of the losing Alabama Senate candidate for riding a horse to the polls.
Look back on footage from 75 years of the Golden Globes. And Ed Helms hosts a fake news show.
The documentary by Petra Lataster-Czisch and Peter Lataster follows young students in the classroom but doesn’t examine their lives outside school.
The actress and comic has opened for Chris Rock, and her HBO show is a hit. But after a set at Carolines she recalled leaner times.
“The worst you did is make the subways run late — and the M.T.A. does that just fine without your help,” the “Late Show” host said.
Mr. Apatow, the comedy producer and director, gets his first stand-up special. And “Finding Your Roots” explores the genealogies of Questlove and others.
The Golden Globe nominations came out this morning and on the TV side, there were some snazzy out-there choices, along with some snubs.
The midseason finale continued to call into question the relationship between the show and its fan base.
A complete list of the nominees for the 2018 Golden Globe awards.
“The Shape of Water,” Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy, led the way with seven nominations, while the newspaper drama “The Post” had six.
Erik Nelson’s documentary “A Gray State” airs on A&E. And the second season of Syfy’s “The Magicians” streams on Netflix.
The episode had a lot to accomplish. It sometimes seemed to strain against its own demands.
The homey “Live With Kelly and Ryan” sticks to light banter even as its NBC rival, Megyn Kelly, takes on weightier matters.
This weekend’s episode opened with children asking Santa questions like “What did Al Franken do?” and “Is President Trump on the naughty list?”
Be prepared for a major death on “The Walking Dead.” And Kristen Bell tries to bring former musical theater stars back to their glory days in “Encore.”