HBO’s newest series is a faithful rendering of the story by Elena Ferrante and a counterpoint to cable drama’s testosterone-driven past.
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Playing a shabby acting coach in his first ongoing TV role since the 1970s, the “Wall Street” star confronts the realities of growing older, onscreen and in his own life.
Showtime’s mini-series “Escape at Dannemora,” starring Benicio Del Toro, Paul Dano and Patricia Arquette, takes a somber approach to a startling story.
Two movie veterans return to TV in “The Kominsky Method,” a Hollywood sort-of-comedy from the sitcom king Chuck Lorre.
Desiree Akhavan’s new, raw comedy debuts on Hulu. And Joel and Ethan Coen’s latest film is on Netflix.
Need ideas? Our TV critic Margaret Lyons has recommendations, including something creepy, something silly and something doggy.
Her character, Harriet Oleson, a fixture of the long-running series, never missed a chance at small-town social climbing or petty backbiting.
What you need to know from Thursday’s TV, music and movie news.
He and Buck Owens were hosts of a long-running prime-time TV variety show that helped bring country music into mainstream American pop culture.
The “Late Show” host said the president’s foul mood had aides trying to avoid him. “Yes, they’re all holed up in the one place he’ll never go: a salad bar.”
How endless sequels, boundless TV revivals and self-perpetuating social media feeds are robbing us of closure.
“Grey’s Anatomy” closes out Season 15, and snuggle up with a box of tissues to watch “Wonder.”
The one-woman play by Phoebe Waller-Bridge will have a five-week run at SoHo Playhouse in the spring.
What you need to know from Wednesday’s TV, music and movie news.
The dispute over the press credentials of the correspondent Jim Acosta has become a potentially significant legal showdown over journalists’ rights. A judge will issue a ruling on Thursday.
The “Late Late Show” host razzed the tech giant for the anticlimactic news that it would set up headquarters in New York and the Washington metro area.
A new sci-fi series debuts on YouTube Premium. And the CMA awards air on ABC.
The director, writer and actress discusses taboos and shame in her new Hulu show “The Bisexual,” debuting Friday.
The singer accused West and Kid Cudi of copying her stage set. Their designer said Lorde “wasn’t the first person to use a floating glass box, she won’t be the last.”
HBO has officially kicked off marketing for the eighth and final season of the fantasy epic, the biggest hit in its history.
The comics legend had dozens of winking cameos across the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as in indie films and on TV, both live-action and animated.
“Donald Trump is a well-known stickler for fire safety, because with all the hair spray he’s easily the most flammable president in U.S. history,” Stephen Colbert said.
Grab those tissues: “We’ll Meet Again” is back for Season 2. And a reboot of a 1980s cartoon has its premiere on Netflix.
Time travel, princesses of power and a documentary about the darkest parts of the internet.
What you need to know from Monday’s TV, music and movie news.
The Dutch actor, star of “The Haunting of Hill House,” has a wicked serve but his backhand needs some tweaks.
An HBO documentary spotlights the role of art in the age of consumerism. And the space exploration series “Mars” returns on National Geographic.
Claire and Jamie arrive at River Run, there to meet dear old Auntie Jocasta ... and her 152 slaves.
Crenshaw, a Texas Republican headed to Congress, used the moment to make an earnest plea for unity. But he also had a few jokes for Davidson up his sleeve.
Paramount Ranch, which served as a set for numerous Hollywood television shows and films over almost a century, was destroyed.
What you need to know from today’s TV, music and movie news.
Curry talks about her PBS series “We’ll Meet Again,” her own place in the #MeToo movement, and the issues of truth and trust in journalism.
The “Daredevil” star wears a superhero costume to work. But an encounter with Al Pacino persuaded him that a simpler garment can bring power, too.
With 350 pieces, the Warhol retrospective at the Whitney sets aside the icon’s persona and focuses on his art.
“The fact that the White House press secretary is promoting this doctored video is reprehensible, and grounds for dismissal,” Stephen Colbert said.
Reforms are in doubt. Consolidation is threatening jobs. And Netflix is changing the very definition of film.