This new Showtime comedy is unapologetically vulgar, but it aims to amount to more than just a bunch of dirty jokes.
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The showrunner of the hit series about a charming stalker is also behind the Syfy fan favorite “The Magicians,” Season 4 of which begins Wednesday.
On Tuesday, O’Brien returns to his TBS late-night show, which has a new half-hour format. Will that make the program competitive, and is that even what he wants?
The show drew virtually no audience when it premiered on Lifetime in September. Now that it’s streaming, it’s a different story.
Syfy’s risqué magic show returns for a fourth season. And the rapper Killer Mike hosts a documentary series on Netflix.
The once mighty cable giant is paying $340 million for the free, advertising-based service, which has about 12 million active viewers a month.
Best known for the 1960s sitcom “The Mothers-in-Law,” she also had memorable turns in Broadway musicals and rode the nightclub circuit for years.
Ms. Washington said on “The Tonight Show” on Monday that the Netflix version will “kind of be this movie-play hybrid event.”
Netflix got its first best picture nod. The 91st Academy Awards are scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 24.
Kimmel presented a special, satirical edition of his show, “Intermission Accomplished: A Halftime Tribute to Trump.”
Conan O’Brien returns with his revamped late-night show. And “Many Sides of Jane” offers an intimate look at life with dissociative identity disorder.
Rock ’n’ roll gets a history lesson in “Rumble” on PBS, and “Justice” on Netflix is a law drama based in the United Arab Emirates.
The mystery stays compelling, but it’s disappointing to see Hays slurping Jack Daniels and carping at his wife.
Brianna gets a chance to confront her demons. Is she sure that’s a good idea?
Boom! Studios will reboot Buffy and friends with a new look at their pre-college days.
The first new “Saturday Night Live” of 2019, hosted by Rachel Brosnahan, featured Alec Baldwin as President Trump and the welcome return of Pete Davidson.
Regina Hall and Don Cheadle parody 1980s Wall Street in “Black Monday” on Showtime. And “High Maintenance” returns for a third season on HBO.
Delve into fraught British affairs with “Brexit” on HBO. Or stick to domestic politics with the documentary “Fahrenheit 11/9” on Amazon Prime.
It was the second time this month that an American newscaster has uttered the epithet on the air.
The renowned soul singer said in a statement to Variety that it was “unfortunate that our national anthem has been dragged into this debate.”
The sitcom’s new life has offered new opportunities for growth for both the actress and her enigmatic character, the no-nonsense detective Rosa Diaz.
Henry James Mason was wanted on charges he threatened a father who accuses the R&B singer of holding his daughter captive.
The actress takes a break at the Muse, a circus training center in Brooklyn.
The Brooklyn landscaper has helped create green spaces for Diane von Furstenberg, Calvin Klein and Sies Marjan.
The Paris-based company Théâtre de la Ville brings a blend of five Ionesco plays to the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
After the rapper posted a video of herself criticizing President Trump, Noah said: “How cool would it be if Cardi B somehow ended the shutdown?”
Stream Netflix’s behind-the-scenes documentary on the unraveling of the Fyre Festival, and the Season 5 premiere of “Grace and Frankie.”
Do you like pop history, paintings or deep feelings? Our critic Margaret Lyons has recommendations.
Marina Toybina got her big break working on a Britney Spears music video. Now she’s behind the elaborate animal costumes on Fox’s hit show.
A new comedy from the creator of “Happy Endings” purports to reveal the hidden reasons for the 1987 crash. Hint: cocaine was involved.
Benedict Cumberbatch stars as the consultant who Sherlocked Britain into voting to leave the European Union, in a story with echoes of American politics.
Despite complaints from the town, Netflix said it would not edit out video showing explosive fires that killed 47 people in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, in 2013.
Mr. Moonves was fired for cause by the company’s board following numerous allegations of sexual misconduct. He denies them, and wants his lucrative exit payment.
The new season of “Star Trek: Discovery” starts off with a course correction from the first season: It tries to have fun.
Kimmel urged the president to reopen the government and hit the links. “It’s good for you, and it’s good for America,” he said.
Zoe Saldana plays a ruthless assassin in “Colombiana.” And Melissa McCarthy is a C.I.A. administrator-turned-agent in “Spy.”
Our assistant TV editor has a state-of-the-art setup for watching shows and movies. But here’s what happens when there can be too much content to choose.
Deborah Harkness’s All Souls fantasy novels come to TV in “A Discovery of Witches,” the latest story of hot, forbidden supernatural love.
The Senior Youth Correspondent on “The Daily Show” only made his debut there in October; at 24, he is an unusually assured stand-up.
“Normally I would wonder if you didn’t know how to spell it or if you just made a typo,” Seth Meyers said. “But this one is so bad, I think it’s both.”
Rare photographs that take you backstage and inside the audition rooms for the musical that celebrated “La Vie Boheme.”