With the medieval-fantasy satire, the creator of “The Simpsons” and “Futurama” throws in a story along with jokes.
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In “Moonlight,” “Murphy Brown,” “Blues Brothers” and more, Ms. Franklin’s catalog was called on to sweeten or deepen a scene.
He has always been most comfortable as a supporting player. The longest tenure on the show and an Emmy nomination have helped change that state of mind.
“I feel like this should be the easiest question ever,” Noah said about whether President Trump had used a racist slur.
Stream a new irreverent animated series on Netflix. Or watch the biographical drama “Darkest Hour” on HBO.
“I never expected — or wanted — to have to be a whistleblower,” Cara Mund, the winner of Miss America 2018, wrote in a letter.
A Broadway hoofer who went to Hollywood to tutor William Holden, Kim Novak, Ingrid Bergman, Jerry Lewis, Tuesday Weld and Jane Fonda, to name a few.
Dogs, cops, cupcakes.
The hip-hop master from Run-DMC talks about his new Netflix comedy series, music, religion and his legacy.
Just another semi-rock-star dad, bowling with his bandmates in between acting gigs.
Stephen Colbert gave a blunt assessment of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s statement. “That is the dumbest thing you can say as a politician,” Colbert said.
A new romantic comedy, “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” is on Netflix, and the Season 5 finale of “The Great British Baking Show” is airing.
The production deal, which had been expected, came after Mr. Barris’s relationship with ABC soured, leading him to negotiate an early exit from his contract there.
A new episode of “Snowfall” debuts and “The Great Food Truck Race” competitors head to Yuma, Ariz.
This week, Henry Deaver’s combination of confusion and passivity leads him into one seriously freaky situation.
Jimmy Fallon joked that after President Trump called Ms. Manigault Newman a “dog” on Twitter, “he rolled over for Putin, barked at his staff and ate a bunch of paper.”
Season 4 of “Born This Way” debuts and Bill Pullman reprises his role as detective Harry Ambrose in Season 2 of “The Sinner.”
He and Bret (Hitman) Hart won tag-team championships in 1987 and 1990. He later found a second act alongside his wrestler daughter on a reality show.
“Finally, we have proof that the guy who refused to rent to black tenants” is a racist, Stephen Colbert said, referring sarcastically to President Trump.
“Zama” explores the history of colonialism through the eyes of a colonizer. And Johnny Knoxville performs relatively safe stunts in “Action Point.”
Fring is best known as a master seller of both drugs and fried chicken, but this week’s episode showed he’s just as good at managing and manipulating people.
Daniel Roberts, a gun rights advocate, said he had no clue he had been duped into a humiliating appearance on “Who Is America?” until the episode aired.
Ms. Rose, an Australian actress who has described herself as gender fluid, said she was baffled by assertions that should not play a lesbian character.
Choose between spies, bands and BFFs.
Demetri Martin reflects on the mundane in his new stand-up special. And “Ronny Chieng: International Student” arrives on the Comedy Central app.
The HBO series is back, and Issa and the rest of the crew are still making questionable life choices. We rate the least improved.
Camille is struggling mightily to escape devolving into the wild, miserable, victimized cheerleader she was in high school.
We knew what was coming. We just didn’t know how.
Will the characters on “Insecure” make better decisions? Will the characters on “Fear the Walking Dead” stay alive?