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Praised by one comedy insider as “pretty much the first Canadian superstar in our business,” he was a regular at the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal.
Farid’s inexplicable connection with Ramon has awakened Farid to the possibility of some overarching force in the universe.
Two documentaries celebrate the lives of inimitable writers: the playwright Arthur Miller and the film critic Roger Ebert.
The latest dramatization of the 1973 kidnapping of J. Paul Getty’s grandson, on FX, captures the family’s dysfunction in all its Shakespearean glory.
In an episode hosted by Bill Hader, “Saturday Night Live” addressed what has felt like round-the-clock firings and turmoil in the Trump administration.
The talk in media circles is focused on what happens if the AT&T deal is stopped by the government and Time Warner is forced to go it alone.
Christiane Amanpour identifies universal aspects of relationships in a new series. And “The Beguiled” arrives on HBO.
The choice of Larry Kudlow as chief economic adviser, a position with real influence over Americans, crosses a threshold in an administration that has already blurred the line between it and the media.
In the documentary series “Wild Wild Country,” the tale of the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his Oregon colony prefigures our current cultural wars.
Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete have learned to share the road and the value of a 20-second hug.
Mr. Hader, the “Saturday Night Live” alumnus, talks about taking on the unlikely role of a hit man in his new HBO comedy series, “Barry.”
Just a few years after a car crash left him with a severe brain injury, Mr. Morgan is back with “The Last O.G.,” a new comedy about second chances.
In “The Mechanism,” José Padilha tackles Operation Car Wash, Brazil’s investigation of looting and kickbacks among the political and business elite.
Kimmel said, “Now you can give money to a porn star — just like the president of the United States.”
A familiar story is back in a different furry body. And a documentary explores Adderall addiction in the United States.
The South by Southwest film festival celebrated its 25th edition with laughs from “Blockers,” scares from “A Quiet Place” and the return of Tracy Morgan.
Producers acknowledged that Ms. Foy, who earned a Golden Globe and Emmy for her role as Queen Elizabeth II, was paid less than Matt Smith, who played Prince Philip.
International series arrive daily. Examples include the last season of a Scandinavian hit and a 30-episode homage to classic Hong Kong gangster tales.
March Madness begins with games all afternoon and evening. And watch season finales with RuPaul and Annalise Keating.
A look at Afrofuturist films now available to stream, including the one that inspired Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s tour announcement image.
Mr. Cuomo, a scion of the New York political dynasty, is set to replace Anderson Cooper at 9 p.m., as CNN tries to revive its prime-time viewership.
You may expect the mature Ms. Shields to claim the status of poster woman for the #MeToo movement, calling out a list of predatory studio honchos. Nope.
A titan of a vanishing age of comedy, Mr. Dodd played a record 42 straight weeks at the London Palladium and enjoyed fame comparable to the Beatles’.
“Trump brags about firing people the same way a toddler brags about using the bathroom alone for the first time,” Fallon said.
A filmmaker spends time in Yellowstone with mountain lions. And watch the terrifying “The Babadook.”
Nancy Dubuc, who stepped down as the C.E.O. of A&E Networks on Monday, was introduced as the chief executive of Vice Media, where she will team with Mr. Smith.
Jackie Beat’s five-bedroom suburban showplace was decorated with inspiration from “Planet of the Apes,” “Carrie” and other pop-culture touchstones.
With two new deals, the two Oscar-winners are taking advantage of Hollywood’s hunger for binge-worthy limited series featuring strong women.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s opus, first shown as a series in 1972 and 1973, is funnier, more humane and more optimistic than anything else in his canon.
The former pornographic film actress was recently interviewed by “60 Minutes,” and Colbert was eager to offer his take on the controversy.
The playwright and actress recalls making an unexpected friendship in a Baltimore high school in the early 1960s, and feeling less invisible.
Ricky Gervais examines his own ability to generate controversy in a new Netflix special. And “The Shape of Water” is streaming.