The popular “Game of Thrones” and the critically adored “Fleabag” are among the nominees at a time of canceled parties and a legal fight between TV writers and their agents.
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“Sunnyside” is about trying to navigate the United States citizenship process, but its aims are more comic than didactic.
The actor, singer and former “Dear Evan Hansen” star discovers that Ryan Murphy, Richard Linklater and Stephen Sondheim are speaking the language he wants to hear.
Demi Burnett and Kristian Haggerty’s love story on “Bachelor in Paradise” was handled with nuance and authenticity, two words that run counter to the show’s reputation.
The actress and comedian served as the on-camera host and narrator for the enormously popular show for nearly a decade starting in 1999.
In a celebration of Batman started by DC Comics, sites including the former Domino Sugar building in Brooklyn will be emblazoned with his symbol on Saturday.
The company, which began as a comedy website, has branched out to podcasts and feature films, including “Between Two Ferns: The Movie,” which debuts on Netflix on Friday.
Donna Zakowska surrounds herself with vintage garments and accessories, dreaming up outfits for retro characters (and puppets).
Trevor Noah’s take on the revelation that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wore blackface: “I’m just sad to see another black man being brought down.”
A documentary on PBS revisits a 1918 Texas massacre. And a “Between Two Ferns” movie hits Netflix.
With “Little Women,” “Watchmen” and other book adaptations heading to screens big and small, here are nine titles worth curling up with first.
Presidential praise for the Saudis had Noah imagining a “Braveheart” scene: “Why do we fight? Not for our wives, not for our children. No, because they pay cash!”
A melancholic Swedish sci-fi movie hits Hulu. And several Democratic presidential candidates gather for a climate forum.
“Buena suerte with that, el Trumpo,” Stephen Colbert joked Tuesday of President Trump’s New Mexico rally.
The “Jeopardy!” host revealed in March that he had Stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
The service joins a competitive streaming field, and it will offer new shows that incorporate elements of older NBCUniversal properties.
“My First Black Boyfriend,” an essay collection by the comedian and filmmaker, is coming out next year.
When Theresa Rebeck first saw her Brooklyn brownstone, it was falling apart. She took it as a challenge.
Mr. Gillis was dropped by “Saturday Night Live” after making racist comments about Asian-Americans and using a slur to refer to Mr. Yang, a presidential candidate, who has urged forgiveness.
“Dirty Harry didn’t say ‘Go ahead, make my day — once you’ve been found guilty by a jury of your peers, punk,’” Stephen Colbert joked on Monday.
The season finale of ABC’s “Bachelor in Paradise.” And the premiere of “Last Kids on Earth” on Netflix.
It has been five months since thousands of movie and TV writers fired their agents and election results indicate the Hollywood standoff will continue.
A few days after Gillis was named to the cast, the show said that he would not stay on, and that it had been unaware of his offensive remarks.
The hit comedy will begin appearing on the service in 2021, the latest move in the battle between media companies for the rights to beloved sitcoms.
A year after the celebrity chef’s death, some of his things are going on sale to benefit his family and the Culinary Institute of America.
A powerful documentary about R. Kelly becomes available on Netflix. And a new batch of celebrities begins to duke it out on the dance floor.
The HBO epic won 10 of the awards, which primarily recognize technical achievement.
She was also a familiar face on television and raised millions of dollars to help women in entertainment deal with health problems.
Noah rolls around in the gutter while Whitney tries to navigate a very compromising situation.
Bad news is breaking and the Roys fight to keep it under wraps. If they can stop fighting one another.
Handler sets out to have tough conversations in “Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea,” and Baldwin subjects himself to ridicule from Robert De Niro and Caitlyn Jenner.
Merritt Wever and Toni Collette hunt down a rapist in a new crime series on Netflix. And Rowan Atkinson plays Georges Simenon’s detective in “Maigret.”
The New York Times will join CNN in co-sponsoring next month’s debate in Ohio, another sign of the paper’s expanded public profile.
The new cast member’s offensive remarks about Chinese people and others raise questions about the show’s vetting and what, if anything, the show should do with him.