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Alison Brie stars as a flailing actress turned professional wrestler in 1980s Los Angeles. And Earth, Wind & Fire crosses over with some country music friends.
The entertainer drew criticism for his plan to host a series of conversations about how to prevent being accused of sexual assault.
A prequel series to one of TV’s great crime dramas shows how a troubled detective got troubled in the first place.
With “Mad Men” and “Community” ended, Ms. Brie discusses auditioning for “GLOW” on Netflix, showing inner strength and feeling nostalgia for perms.
The “Full Frontal” host is flabbergasted by what she calls the Trump administration’s disregard for the meaning of the words it uses.
This women’s-wrestling comedy remixes 1980s neon, spandex and hair spray into something thrilling and original.
The showrunner of the FX anthology series (based on the Coen brothers’ film) discussed the Season 3 finale, the altering of reality and villains.
The series continues to remind us that violence takes many forms, some of it legal. But it’s all violence.
The British actor discussed his role as a bulimic villain, his American news addiction and that bloody toothpick.
The judge ordered the jury to not talk about their deliberations but one juror gave an account of what happened as they discussed the case.
The “Orange Is the New Black” actress reads Amelia Blanquera’s story about the file her father kept on her dating life.
“The Jim Jefferies Show,” a new weekly talk show on Comedy Central, rides a rough line between raunch and ideas.
“The Bureau,” the French spy thriller starring Mathieu Kassovitz, returns for a third season. And Scarlett Johansson talks about her day job on “Inside the Actors Studio.”
Spike’s new TV series updates the Stephen King novella about a community enveloped by a sinister fog.
The satirical musical, which was planned for Broadway more than 10 years ago but never arrived, will have its first proper New York run next season.
The topsy-turvy power dynamics of internet culture are on display in “FANtasies,” a new fan-fiction-inspired web series.
“Sean, I have so many questions,” Mr. Colbert said of the White House press secretary, who may be replaced. “If you go, who will not answer them?”
Why must we bear questions about what to do with a defendant’s art — and why is that answer bound up with who black people are or should be?
Visit fictional menageries in “The Zookeeper’s Wife” and “Postcards From the Zoo,” and real ones in “Amazing Monkeys” and “Great Yellowstone Thaw.”
A new episode of “The Adventures of Puss in Boots,” an animated show, includes interactive elements that will result in different story lines.
The challenge is how to balance the presumption of a defendant’s innocence with the goal of justice for women who have been sexually assaulted.
The inquiry, into an allegation of sexual misconduct, did not turn up evidence of wrongdoing, said Warner Bros., the studio behind the show.
The beginnings of a showdown between Lee and Kenny — and the emergence of Lee’s real-life tweets — have escalated the show’s swerve into a study of racial paranoia.
The host of “The Daily Show” joined his late-night compatriots in celebrating the arrival of Beyoncé and Jay Z’s much-anticipated babies.
The watchdog group Common Sense will introduce a “positive gender representations” label for content that prompts boys and girls to think beyond traditional roles.
Ride the rush of “Queen Sugar” as a second season begins. And check out the scene-stealing dog performances in “Paterson” and “Wendy and Lucy.”
The comedian and comedy writer provoked anger as well as laughter with his English-mangling character, but insisted that it was not an ethnic caricature.
Catriona Morison, a 31-year-old Scottish mezzo-soprano and wild-card finalist, won the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition on Sunday.
Encouraged by streaming services like Netflix, networks are spending heavily to get their shows noticed by prospective Emmy voters.
Missing “Broadchurch”? Watch a new murder mystery where the real monster isn’t the one beneath the water. And Katy Perry opens up about her life.