Mr. Shandling, the influential comedian who died in 2016, gets his due in a sprawling new HBO documentary.
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The latest dramatization of the 1973 kidnapping of J. Paul Getty’s grandson, on FX, captures the family’s dysfunction in all its Shakespearean glory.
With Dr. Kreizler out of commission, the others in his group strike out on their own — and make a horrific discovery.
A blueprint lays out steps to enhance the party’s authority over films, TV and newspapers, as well as foreign affairs and economic policy, among other areas.
Kimmel said, “Trump goes through cabinet members like he goes through cheeseburgers and Aqua Net: fast.”
“The X-Files” wraps up its season. And watch a Superman origin story without Superman.
Colbert lamented the fact that a Trump-linked data firm collected private information on millions of Facebook users.
Adam Conover wants you to unlearn everything you thought you knew about global history. And “The Standups” returns on Netflix.
Praised by one comedy insider as “pretty much the first Canadian superstar in our business,” he was a regular at the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal.
Farid’s inexplicable connection with Ramon has awakened Farid to the possibility of some overarching force in the universe.
Two documentaries celebrate the lives of inimitable writers: the playwright Arthur Miller and the film critic Roger Ebert.
Negan’s attitude is a little different without his trusty Lucille.
In an episode hosted by Bill Hader, “Saturday Night Live” addressed what has felt like round-the-clock firings and turmoil in the Trump administration.
Alan Cumming leads a new drama on CBS. And “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” returns.
The talk in media circles is focused on what happens if the AT&T deal is stopped by the government and Time Warner is forced to go it alone.
Christiane Amanpour identifies universal aspects of relationships in a new series. And “The Beguiled” arrives on HBO.
The choice of Larry Kudlow as chief economic adviser, a position with real influence over Americans, crosses a threshold in an administration that has already blurred the line between it and the media.
In the documentary series “Wild Wild Country,” the tale of the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his Oregon colony prefigures our current cultural wars.
Mr. Hader, the “Saturday Night Live” alumnus, talks about taking on the unlikely role of a hit man in his new HBO comedy series, “Barry.”
The competition crowned its Season 3 champion on Thursday, and the result was pretty unsatisfying.
In “The Mechanism,” José Padilha tackles Operation Car Wash, Brazil’s investigation of looting and kickbacks among the political and business elite.
Kimmel said, “Now you can give money to a porn star — just like the president of the United States.”
A familiar story is back in a different furry body. And a documentary explores Adderall addiction in the United States.
The previous episode centered around Al’s failures. This week it was Earn’s turn.
The South by Southwest film festival celebrated its 25th edition with laughs from “Blockers,” scares from “A Quiet Place” and the return of Tracy Morgan.
International series arrive daily. Examples include the last season of a Scandinavian hit and a 30-episode homage to classic Hong Kong gangster tales.
Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete have learned to share the road and the value of a 20-second hug.
“You know, I’m really enjoying this radical new Democratic strategy called ‘trying,’” Bee said.
March Madness begins with games all afternoon and evening. And watch season finales with RuPaul and Annalise Keating.
A look at Andrew Cunanan’s childhood reveals that the apple didn’t fall far from the tree.
You may expect the mature Ms. Shields to claim the status of poster woman for the #MeToo movement, calling out a list of predatory studio honchos. Nope.