“Who Is America?” on Showtime reprises the comedian’s gotcha techniques at a time when people don’t need to be tricked into saying embarrassing things.
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Cohen’s new Showtime series, “Who Is America?,” promises a thorough skewering of American politicians. But Ali G, Borat and Brüno have been at this a while.
The HBO documentary ‘Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind’ offers a calm assessment of a mercurial, sometimes manic talent.
The USA legal drama, which lost two of its core characters, returns for its eighth season on July 18.
A new documentary focuses on the colorful yet troubled life of Williams. And Vikram Chandra’s 2006 novel is adapted for Netflix.
The citizens of Wind Gap twist reality to suit their superstitions and pieties. But are those biases compromising the investigation?
Vik and Cole undertake similar voyages of self-discovery, each apparently requiring a much younger and beautiful accomplice.
Other presidents have dawdled, too, but President Trump is the first to go this long without awarding national medals in the arts and humanities.
The World Cup ends in Moscow with France facing Croatia. And Sacha Baron Cohen’s mysterious new show makes its debut.
The heist film of last summer airs on Showtime. And “Short Term 12,” with a young Lakeith Stanfield, is streaming on Amazon.
As these essays and conversations about “Nanette” prove, what Gadsby says is more important than what her performance does.
Brian Percival will direct, and the show’s creator, Julian Fellowes, and its main characters, will return.
A charming food series, a Korean-Canadian import and World Cup soccer: Stock up on snacks.
Mr. Samberg talks about “Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation,” NBC’s rescue of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” and how fatherhood is a little like “S.N.L.”
The Dance on Camera Festival comes to Lincoln Center, and the Robin Williams documentary debuts on HBO.
Mr. Colbert said of the often contentious hearing: “It was like ‘A Few Good Men,’ but with even fewer good men.”
Watch a documentary on the Thai cave rescue. Or stream a new stand-up special from Jim Jefferies.
Mr. Cumberbatch’s role in “Patrick Melrose” was one of his most daunting yet, and it earned him an Emmy nomination for best actor in a limited series.
Ms. Bee spoke about her special on Puerto Rico and about the aftermath of her use of a vulgar epithet to describe Ivanka Trump.
In a letter to the Federal Trade Commission, Edward J. Markey and Richard Blumenthal expressed concern that Samba TV wasn’t transparent with viewers about data it collected.
Ms. Oh is believed to be the first woman of Asian descent nominated for best lead actress in a drama.
Judd Apatow’s four-and-a-half-hour documentary, “The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling,” was nominated for three Emmys.
Mr. Duplass discusses his first Emmy nomination and being a filmmaking uncle to the directors Maclain and Chapman Way.
Mr. Hader’s innovative HBO comedy is up for 13 Emmy nominations, including best comedy series and best comic lead. But is it actually a comedy?
James Poniewozik, the chief TV critic for The New York Times, and Margaret Lyons, a critic for The Times’s Watching site, discussed their favorites and some surprises.
The 2018 Emmy nominations, announced on Thursday.
Season 2 is finished, and the prevailing sentiment among fans and critics is: Huh? Here’s what’s being written.
“Game of Thrones” received 22 Emmy nominations, the most of any show. Netflix claimed the most nominations of any service or channel, displacing HBO from the top spot.
Colbert suggested that Trump was attacking Germany’s ties to Russia in order to distract from his own relationship with the Kremlin.
Watch Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly play overgrown children in “Step Brothers.” And binge “NYPD Blue.”
The Season 2 finale was brutal for Serena, who faced her toughest decision yet. Ms. Strahovski dug into Serena’s choice and the challenges of playing her while pregnant.
The second season gave in to the Hulu series’s most tedious instincts, substituting slow stares and endless montage sequences for any actual development.
Offred makes a bold decision. But is it believable? Or smart?
Ms. Palin has called the British comedian “truly sick” and “evil,” having realized she will apparently appear in his new Showtime series.
A great-granddaughter of Herbert Hoover and the new face of “Firing Line” is married to a centrist and CNN anchor. Can their union save the country?
Colbert asked President Trump to take heed: “Are you listening, Mr. President? Freeing children makes people like you!”
Watch the World Cup semifinals. And stream the season finale of “The Handmaid’s Tale.”
“Sorry to Bother You” is part of a long tradition of black artists’ critiquing whiteness through vocal imitation.
The actor was taken to a hospital for tests after the crash on the island of Sardinia, but was released and “will be fine,” his publicist said.
The comedian has made a career of directing film and TV, trying to leave behind the wild-eyed persona he became famous for. Still, fans ask, “Do the voice!”
The pop-rock songstress and MTV star gave up celebrity in 2008. Now she has a whole new famous family, and they’re coming for the Kardashians’s time slot.
President Trump has spent considerable time behaving like a reality-show character, but on Monday night, he stepped into the producer’s role.
Jimmy Kimmel returned from vacation in the mood to settle a score.
<span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">Marcus Samuelsson hosts an immigrant-focused food travelogue. And the second season of “Drug Lords” lands on Netflix.</span></span>
Radiohead returns to Madison Square Garden, the Boston Symphony Orchestra heads to its summer home and Ms. Childs restages her minimalist opus “Available Light.”
Time for some Agatha Christie deep cuts and a return to “Floribama Shore.”
The undercover satirist has been working more than a year on what the network has hyped as “perhaps the most dangerous show in the history of television.”
This iteration of the comic series, starting in November, will take cues from TV’s “Riverdale,” and a new Betty & Veronica series is on tap for December.