HBO received the most nominations of any network, bouncing back after Netflix dominated last year.
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Two months after a study linked the series to an increase in suicide rates, Netflix removed a graphic scene.
The beloved show, once a teen noir, returns with an eight-episode season a decade after cancellation.
Dozens of Alaska Native writers and advisers were recruited to help create the children’s series, one of the first to have a Native American lead.
Seth Meyers said of the congresswomen that “if you’re asking them to fix the totally broken, crime-infested governments of their home countries, they’re trying.”
David Harbour stars in a strange, satirical movie on Netflix. And a new animated series hits Facebook Watch.
Someone impersonating high-profile leaders in the entertainment industry is conning people seeking work.
As television and movie writers find themselves in a standoff with the four major talent agencies, some of them want to push their unions in a new direction.
Mr. Levin, 70, had many Hollywood roles but the sitcom appearance as a mohel made him the profession’s “team mascot,” his son said. “Every mohel compares himself to him.”
A new level of kawaii with a Japanese pop group, a triple-threat art option at Bard College and a Riley Stearns movie that takes on karate and fear.
Three reels of videotape will be auctioned at Sotheby’s on Saturday. Other recordings could have laid claim to being earlier or better, but those tapes were lost.
“Kinky Boots” hits BroadwayHD. And the most recent James Bond film airs on FXM.
Celeste goes through the wringer in court, as expected. But she’s got one final trick up her sleeve.
A young waitress finds her footing in the second season of “Sweetbitter.” And the British mystery series “Grantchester” is back for Season 4.
The latest installment in the “Fantastic Beasts” series airs on HBO. And a British thriller’s second season arrives on Hulu.
For the trans-rights activist and producer of the FX show, “Pose,” must-have travel items include magazines, a sleep mask and bikinis for every day of the week.
She’s bringing Jessica Pearson out of retirement to star in a new political drama as a fixer in Chicago.
Bob Ross painted more than 1,000 landscapes for his television show — so why are they so hard to find? We solve one of the internet’s favorite little mysteries.
A four-part documentary about the record producer Rick Rubin begins. And Denzel Washington occupies both sides of the moral coin (or subway token).
This weekend offers something juicy, something animated and something seriously overdue.
“Dark,” the German time-travel thriller, is often compared to the Duffer Brothers’ nostalgia trip. But in its second season, its ambitions are closer to “The Wire.”
The recent, reimagined “Robin Hood” airs on HBO. And stream “Ben Is Back,” with Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges, on Hulu.
Under fire in the Jeffrey Epstein case, Labor Secretary R. Alexander Acosta went to the Trump White House’s most valued forum: cable news.
The Disney Channel star’s family released a statement confirming his medical condition, which led to a fatal seizure over the weekend. In the U.S., about 2,600 people a year die from a disorder known as sudden unexpected death in epilepsy.
The comic hasn’t adjusted his material for the setting: he’s still defending wealthy, famous peers and joking about transgender targets.
A father asks: Why is finding a decent show to watch with my daughter so hard? Our TV critic offers suggestions to this and other reader questions.
In their rush to match Netflix, competitors like HBO, Hulu and Amazon are ordering a slew of content — ushering out the age of “prestige TV” and ushering in an age of anything goes.
The actor and his son hope to join the city’s exploding film and television production industry with a $400 million facility in Queens.
The drug drama “Snowfall” returns on FX. And a new season of “Harlots” brings 18th-century brothels back to Hulu.
Mr. Torn won an Emmy for “The Larry Sanders Show” and acclaim for his theater work. But he was dogged by his reputation as a troublemaker.
Ryan Murphy, Janet Mock and Angelica Ross on the emotional resonance of Tuesday’s shocking turning point.
The streaming wars are heating up and the phone giant’s new service will have “Friends” exclusively.
Listen to a playlist of songs from the summer that brought Prince’s “Raspberry Beret” and Aretha Franklin’s “Freeway of Love.”
When our critic saw his show in December, the comic didn’t bring up the scandal. In his Netflix special, he rectifies that mistake with his finest work yet.
Before it revives “One Day at a Time,” a boutique cable channel offers a raunchy comedy about female friendship and petty theft in alligator country.