The Polish prime minister wrote a letter to Netflix arguing that a map of Nazi-run concentration camps falsely suggested that Poland was in charge of them.
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This week showed just how expendable life has become for those rich and powerful enough to manipulate it.
A success in Britain, “Back to Life,” about a female ex-con, is coming to Showtime. “Fleabag” connections abound, but the series and its creator resist easy comparison.
Trevor Noah joked that Jeff Bezos inspired Michael Bloomberg’s potential presidential run: “You know you’re rich when the Amazon guy orders something from you,” he said.
Judges for the dancing competition made little secret that they thought the former White House press secretary should be eliminated. Voters finally caught up.
Catch a new take on the 2006 Disney Channel movie, and see the country music icon open up about her career.
The quirky star of “The Fly” and “Jurassic Park” takes on the role of zeitgeist whisperer, innocently inquiring into our fascinations with sneakers, jeans and tattoos.
Netflix’s “Rhythm + Flow” is the most recent example of the reality-TV business trying to get into the hip-hop business.
The 35-year-old Swede has worked closely with Ryan Coogler and Donald Glover. Up next: the score for the “Star Wars” series “The Mandalorian.”
The four-part HBO mini-series starring Helen Mirren concludes. And ‘A Single Man’ arrives on Netflix.
Elliott crossed a line this week that even Mr. Robot can’t go along with.
Daisy Haggard’s dark comedy about second chances hits Showtime, and “Rick & Morty” returns after a two-year hiatus.
The stand-up comedian stars in “Sunnyside,” an NBC sitcom created by Kal Penn.
“Sesame Street” celebrates its 50th anniversary. And Netflix heads into the holiday season with “Let It Snow.”
The mouse puppet that she made in the late 1950s in Italy became a worldwide phenomenon, with the help of “The Ed Sullivan Show.”
“Of course, there’s only one way to make sure a story about Trump is true, and that’s if he rage-tweets his denial,” Colbert joked.
An acclaimed documentary hits Amazon. And a recent revival of “The King and I” airs as part of PBS’s “Great Performances.”
“Slings & Arrows” is streaming again, or go deep with the new iteration of “Blue Planet.”
The Showtime comedy “Back to Life,” from producers of “Fleabag,” looks at a woman trying to fit into a world that no longer wants her.
For its new streaming service, Disney is reviving small movies in the mold of “Old Yeller.” Expect to see another doggone hero, Santa’s daughter and remakes of classics like “Home Alone.”
President Trump’s tweet that he helped Kentucky’s Republican governor is “like the Astros bragging they almost won the World Series,” Jimmy Kimmel joked on Wednesday.
Timothée Chalamet and Joel Edgerton star in “The King” on Netflix. And the recent drama “Farming” is available to rent.
But will today’s overstimulated preschooler find a springy dog and her human sidekick a little basic in a noisier digital age?
ABC’s hybrid telecast of “The Little Mermaid” seemed as caught between two worlds as its heroine.
At a time when the British royals have never seemed more anachronistic, Peter Morgan has shown viewers why it isn’t easy being queen.
“The Late Show” host joked that the ambassador’s story changed after he recalled one important detail: “I don’t want to go to jail.”
A documentary about the Apollo Theater airs on HBO. And AMC offers a pair of Martin Scorsese gangster movies.
An ill-treated war veteran, Frederick Douglass, colonial oppression: Mr. Branch’s Off Broadway work on race ranged widely. He also made a mark in TV.
Season 2 of “The End of the ____ing World” starts streaming on Netflix, and a live production of the beloved Disney classic airs on ABC.