Streaming services had a big day with Netflix leading the TV and film categories. Apple’s centerpiece series, “The Morning Show,” and its two stars all received nominations.
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The television nominations included only one truly quirky choice (“Catch-22”?) but there were a few unexpected choices and omissions.
Caroll Spinney, who portrayed Big Bird for decades, died on Sunday. But the lessons he shared on “Sesame Street” live on.
The CBS drama, which ended its six-season run on Sunday, was a one of the squarest shows on television. That was a big part of its charm.
Three auctions this month will give fans a chance to own collectibles from the world of comic books, television and film.
A Pennsylvania appellate court unanimously rejected the entertainer’s argument that he had been denied a fair trial, saying that evidence in the case had established a “unique sexual assault playbook.”
President Trump’s complaints about Americans’ flushing habits were an easy target on Monday night.
The talk show host gives back to families in need in her holiday special, and a new sketch comedy series starring an all-black troupe hits Netflix.
After Pat Sajak had emergency surgery, the show’s famous letter-turner took her first turn leading the show, for three weeks of episodes that start airing on Monday.
A complete list of the nominees for the 2020 Golden Globe Awards.
After a notorious set at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and a canceled Netflix show, this stand-up is intent on challenging your expectations and telling you about her abortion.
The extended cut of the wedding comedy arrives on HBO. And Trey Edward Shults’s horror movie jumps from Amazon to Netflix.
This week’s episode took a bit of a breather to focus on the star-crossed fates of Darlene and Dom.
This week’s episode asked: If you knew when and how a relationship would end, would you take the plunge?
The busy character actor was also known for “Benson,” “Boston Legal” and several Broadway roles.
Besides the sweet-natured giant yellow bird, he also played the misanthropic bellyacher Oscar the Grouch.
An opening sketch featured celebrities playing the world leaders who were caught on tape gossiping about President Trump.
Catch Minhal Baig’s coming-of-age story about a Muslim teenager, and the revival of Showtime’s pioneering L.G.B.T.Q. series.
Catch Noah Baumbach’s story of a marriage’s collapse, and a televised performance of the colorful Broadway musical.
In addition to his acclaimed turn as Roy Cohn on Broadway, he was known for his work in “Norma Rae,” “Slaughterhouse-Five” and other films.
In Hulu’s “Reprisal,” Abigail Spencer plays a woman on an implacable mission in a Southern gothic tale of brawling gangs and tender male pride.
A five-part crossover story, premiering Sunday on CW, will include some unexpected characters.
The comedian, who has a special for kids coming to Netflix, talks about the theater, movies and writing that have shaped his work.
Joe Anglim and Sierra Dawn Thomas met on the 30th season of the reality TV show “Survivor.” A few years later, they were carrying a torch — for each other.
It’s about time, the late-night hosts said on Thursday, after Speaker Nancy Pelosi finally announced the drafting of articles of impeachment against President Trump.
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” is back for a third season. And a long-lost adaptation of “Wuthering” starring Richard Burton has been recovered.
Try an auteur comedy, a British game show, or just head for a pineapple under the sea.
Ten years after the original ended, the groundbreaking Showtime series returns with a cast that is more diverse if still a bit fantastical.
Even though 10 usually seems like the right number (it’s tidy, divisible, standard), some years it feels woefully insufficient. This is one of those years.
President Trump’s leaving NATO early after the release of a video in which leaders mock him was like a child calling his mother to come get him from a sleepover, Trevor Noah said.
David Fincher’s eerie drama is on FXM. And the third part of a Christmastime trilogy premieres on Netflix.
The congressional saga returned to TV, shifting modes from foreign-intrigue thriller to constitutional documentary.
Every night, as my father was dying, we made the show a ritual. Then Alex Trebek announced that he was sick, too.
At one point, Trump suggested he might send captured ISIS fighters to France — “the one gift that’s worse than a Peloton,” Noah said.
The Norsemen (and women) are back for a new season. And the coming-of-age classic starring Matt Damon and Ben Affleck is available to stream on Starz.