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With Mike Birbiglia making his Broadway debut, now is a great time to revisit one of his solo shows on Netflix. And Catherine Zeta-Jones stars in “Queen America.”
Joel Hodgson, the creator of “MST3K,” and Jonah Ray, the host of the Netflix version, which returns Nov. 22, discuss the show, past and present.
The former first lady and a star of ABC’s “black-ish” talk about Mrs. Obama’s memoir, feeling “good enough” and what it really means to “go high.”
Twenty years after Bill Clinton was impeached, “The Clinton Affair” and “Slow Burn” put the women who accused him of sexual misconduct in a new light.
Based on the first book of the beloved Neapolitan series by Elena Ferrante, the series faces high expectations. How does it fare? Here’s what to read.
Americans will get to vote on which of two turkeys — Peas or Carrots — gets pardoned, the “Tonight Show” host informed his viewers.
Trevor Noah returns to Netflix with a new stand-up special. And the “Masterpiece” adaptation of “Little Women” lands on Amazon.
HBO’s newest series is a faithful rendering of the story by Elena Ferrante and a counterpoint to cable drama’s testosterone-driven past.
Taylor Swift’s new record deal, weird props for sale and more from Monday’s TV, music and movie news.
The lingerie company has clung to the idea that women should look sexy for men. And its stock is falling.
A new, six-hour adaptation of a John le Carré novel is filtered through the melodramatic sensibility of the Korean director Park Chan-wook.
The actor, known for playing Paper Boi on “Atlanta,” appears in two highly anticipated movies this fall.
An Alexander McQueen documentary debuts on Amazon. And a Sundance TV series looks back at the Jonestown massacre.
Ms. Dungey was thrust into the spotlight earlier this year when the network canceled “Roseanne” after the show’s star, Roseanne Barr, sent a racist tweet.
A Showtime documentary series, directed in part by Alex Gibney, traces the often fraught relationship between the American presidency and the F.B.I.
The art-house home video distribution company has announced a new free-standing streaming site, following the demise of FilmStruck.
Need ideas? Our TV critic Margaret Lyons has recommendations, including something creepy, something silly and something doggy.
The newest iteration of “Narcos” takes the audience back in time to Guadalajara in 1985, to the beginnings of a drug war that still hasn’t ended.
Still touring, Dylan is more enigmatic now than ever; see him next at the Beacon Theater in Manhattan for seven gigs.
“President Trump is supporting bipartisan criminal justice reform, just in time for his entire administration to be indicted by Robert Mueller,” Noah said.
Desiree Akhavan’s new, raw comedy debuts on Hulu. And Joel and Ethan Coen’s latest film is on Netflix.
He and Buck Owens were hosts of a long-running prime-time TV variety show that helped bring country music into mainstream American pop culture.
Showtime’s mini-series “Escape at Dannemora,” starring Benicio Del Toro, Paul Dano and Patricia Arquette, takes a somber approach to a startling story.
Her character, Harriet Oleson, a fixture of the long-running series, never missed a chance at small-town social climbing or petty backbiting.
Playing a shabby acting coach in his first ongoing TV role since the 1970s, the “Wall Street” star confronts the realities of growing older, onscreen and in his own life.
How endless sequels, boundless TV revivals and self-perpetuating social media feeds are robbing us of closure.
The “Late Show” host said the president’s foul mood had aides trying to avoid him. “Yes, they’re all holed up in the one place he’ll never go: a salad bar.”
The dispute over the press credentials of the correspondent Jim Acosta has become a potentially significant legal showdown over journalists’ rights. A judge will issue a ruling on Thursday.
Two movie veterans return to TV in “The Kominsky Method,” a Hollywood sort-of-comedy from the sitcom king Chuck Lorre.
The one-woman play by Phoebe Waller-Bridge will have a five-week run at SoHo Playhouse in the spring.