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Kimmel urged the president to reopen the government and hit the links. “It’s good for you, and it’s good for America,” he said.
Zoe Saldana plays a ruthless assassin in “Colombiana.” And Melissa McCarthy is a C.I.A. administrator-turned-agent in “Spy.”
Our assistant TV editor has a state-of-the-art setup for watching shows and movies. But here’s what happens when there can be too much content to choose.
Deborah Harkness’s All Souls fantasy novels come to TV in “A Discovery of Witches,” the latest story of hot, forbidden supernatural love.
The Senior Youth Correspondent on “The Daily Show” only made his debut there in October; at 24, he is an unusually assured stand-up.
Here are the actual events behind History’s popular new series on the Air Force’s program to investigate and debunk U.F.O.s.
“Normally I would wonder if you didn’t know how to spell it or if you just made a typo,” Seth Meyers said. “But this one is so bad, I think it’s both.”
Rare photographs that take you backstage and inside the audition rooms for the musical that celebrated “La Vie Boheme.”
“Schitt’s Creek” returns for its fifth season, and all 10 episodes of YouTube’s original series “Wayne” are available to stream.
The musician, a 15-time winner herself, takes over from James Corden a year after the Grammys faced backlash over gender diversity.
Before Season 3 begins, we wanted to know: Was Season 2 really that bad? A brave writer argues that it wasn’t.
When it comes to President Trump’s relationship with Russia, Stephen Colbert said, “there’s nothing secret about it.”
Watch the new revival of “Roswell” on CW. Or catch the Season 2 premiere of “Corporate” on Comedy Central.
Stephen B. Burke, the chief executive of NBCUniversal, put Jeff Shell in charge of the company’s Hollywood operations, while Mark Lazarus will oversee its TV assets.
A producer and star of both shows, she found herself at the heart of two of television’s most intensely examined recent controversies.
The host of TBS’s “Conan,” which returns Jan. 22 in a half-hour format, talks about ditching his desk, embracing the unknown and Calvin Coolidge. Really.
Hays and West get their first huge break, but social and political obstacles are already threatening the investigation.
An online petition says the show, which debuts on Monday, makes the borough look it is a “cesspool of gangsters, meatheads and low lives.”
Stream a dramedy about a nerve-racking week in the life of an eighth grader. Or watch the new fantasy drama series “The Passage.”
After a much-derided Season 2, the new season promises to scale things back, focused on evocative settings and some classic procedural storytelling.
Aunt Jocasta has a few ideas in mind with regard to Brianna’s future. But Brianna may find help from an unlikely source.
A new Fox series based on the best-selling novels by Justin Cronin pits a preteen girl against the vampirelike victims of biomedical experimentation.
“True Detective” returns to HBO, this time with Mahershala Ali. And revolution brews in PBS’s “Victoria.”
The $69 million host had trouble at the network long before she wondered on-air why it was wrong for white people to dress up in blackface for Halloween.
Watch an “Ocean’s” installment with a feminist twist on HBO. Or stream an action flick starring a formidable Dave Bautista on Amazon.
Goode talks about playing a vampire in “A Discovery of Witches.” He also discusses the “Downton Abbey” movie and bidding farewell to “The Crown.”
Animals from the American Folk Art Museum share a habitat with paintings from Fountain House Gallery that embrace a similar theme.
Fallon joked: “Everyone’s fighting. People are exhausted. There’s no end in sight. It’s basically like playing a game of Monopoly with your family.”
A “Star Wars” origin story is available for streaming. And Director X’s “Superfly” remake airs on Starz.
Agenda, a news service owned by The Financial Times, published an interview with someone claiming to be Mr. Moonves shortly after he was fired as chief executive of CBS.
David Nevins, the new chief content officer at CBS, promoted two lieutenants at the CBS-owned cable network behind “Billions” and “Ray Donovan.”
A British mini-series on Amazon Prime Video centers on a son of Pakistani immigrants whose wit, charm and courage make him a superior snitch.
Mahershala Ali is magnetic in this latest installment, but it amounts to little more than a do-over of Season 1.
The creator and the star look back on the show that changed television.