Ms. Whittaker is the first woman in the history of this BBC sci-fi series to play the Doctor, ushering in a new era of inclusivity at the show.
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Jonah Hill and Emma Stone fight personal demons (sometimes with guns and arrows) in a retro-techno pharmaceutical dystopian family-therapy dramedy.
The creator of “Monk,” about an obsessive-compulsive detective, returns with a new Netflix show about a detective who’s obsessed with following the rules.
The revival of the acclaimed comedy, which debuts on CBS on Sept. 27, has reunited the original cast after two decades and plans to take on the Trump administration.
Being married to “America’s sweetheart” didn’t work out. So Mr. Theroux is back in New York, hanging with his buddies, and being maniacal in Netflix’s “Maniac.”
“Love After Love” arrives on Hulu. And Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy drama premieres on HBO.
Ego Nwodim will join “S.N.L.” as a featured performer for the coming season, and the rest of its ensemble cast will return largely intact.
The star of Netflix’s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” bounced around SoHo and NoLIta.
Ms. Fonda speaks about her new documentary, “Jane Fonda in Five Acts,” and about what lies ahead.
According to a Spanish politician, President Trump sought to persuade officials in Spain to build a wall across the Sahara to curb migration from Africa.
Beloved in the industry after more than 125 roles in TV and movies, the actress directed her first film, “just to see if I could do it.”
A documentary about Quincy Jones hits Netflix. And a Jack White concert film has its premiere on Amazon.
Judge Steven T. O’Neill allowed five other women to testify at Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial, but no additional accusers will speak at the sentencing.
Looking for something good to watch? This weekend offers drama, adventure and poignancy.
At a time when relatively few women were documentarians, Ms. Adato won awards for films about Dylan Thomas, Georgia O’Keeffe, Picasso and others.
A documentary reveals its octogenarian subject as still busy and productive, and not a little haunted by memories of friends now gone.
Adding to the booming genre of comedian documentaries, this film is an affectionate portrait of one of the first major stars of “Saturday Night Live.”
The “Full Frontal” host asks: “How is it never the right time to bring up assault allegations against a rich white dude?”
The second season of “Snowfall” wraps up on FX. And “Straight Outta Compton” tells a gangster rap rags-to-riches tale.
Mr. Cosby’s lawyer said the judge should have disclosed a prior conflict with a witness, but the judge said the assertion was “without merit.”
After a senator said Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation process had become “an intergalactic freak show,” James Corden bit back.
The judge who sentences him next week will confront a frail old man convicted of sexually assaulting one woman, but accused of abuse by many others.
The former “Cosby Show” star talks about the unexpected career resurgence that followed news articles about his job at a Trader Joe’s.
Hugh Jackman plays P.T. Barnum in “The Greatest Showman.” And a sitcom premieres on NBC.
Mark Saltzman said he wrote the iconic muppets as a “loving couple.” Sesame Workshop says they’re “best friends.” We may never know for sure.
Mr. Mumford forged a writing career on shows like “M*A*S*H” and “Maude” at a time when African-Americans were rare in network writing rooms.
After years of Emmy glory, HBO hosted a civilized affair in an airy plaza. The Netflix party was loud, with Dave Chappelle and Tiffany Haddish among the revelers.
The hit British series explores the tension between security and civil liberties and stars the “Game of Thrones” actor Richard Madden.
The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards were dominated by “diversity,” “Mrs. Maisel” and a surprise proposal.
“Manafort on Friday struck a deal to cooperate with the Mueller investigation,” Mr. Meyers said. “And then Trump struck a door, two walls and Eric.”
Stream Facebook Watch’s new drama. Or watch the actor Tom Arnold search for rumored recordings of President Trump.
The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards were defined by an overwhelmingly white group of winners and a preponderance of bad ideas and feeble writing.
The movement was absent from the Emmys in almost every way, despite the fact that one of the most powerful men in TV, Les Moonves, has stepped down.
Here are the best moments from the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Mr. Weiss, who won an Emmy for outstanding directing for a variety special, shocked the audience when he proposed to his girlfriend during his acceptance speech. (She said yes!)
The achievement gap is widening between Jimmy and Kim — unless your definition of success includes velour tracksuits.
Mr. Winkler was first nominated in 1976 for his role as Arthur Fonzarelli. On Monday, he won the outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series for his role on “Barry.”
Except for the “Queer Eye” guys, who looked ready for Atlantic City dinner theater.
The bizarre character from Season 2 of the hit FX series popped up in the audience.
Michael Che and Colin Jost’s Emmy monologues, much like their “Weekend Update” segments, took on racism in Hollywood, #MeToo, and declining ratings for award shows. Here’s a transcript.
A look at the shows, actors and production teams who won at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards.
The “Black-ish" star thanked the sportswear company for “leading the resistance.”
A doc, a drama and a baby animal show.
Camille Cosby told the Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board in a letter that she views the judge who presided over her husband’s trial to be unethical.
It’s a tie: HBO and Netflix won 23 Emmys each. And it was a big night for Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” which took five more awards.
In his new Viceland show, Tom Arnold is the latest media star to tease the existence of One Tape To Rule Them All.
Issa’s tapping into her entrepreneurial spirit, and Molly’s being Molly.