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Ms. Rose, an Australian actress who has described herself as gender fluid, said she was baffled by assertions that should not play a lesbian character.
He and Bret (Hitman) Hart won tag-team championships in 1987 and 1990. He later found a second act alongside his wrestler daughter on a reality show.
Daniel Roberts, a gun rights advocate, said he had no clue he had been duped into a humiliating appearance on “Who Is America?” until the episode aired.
“Finally, we have proof that the guy who refused to rent to black tenants” is a racist, Stephen Colbert said, referring sarcastically to President Trump.
“Zama” explores the history of colonialism through the eyes of a colonizer. And Johnny Knoxville performs relatively safe stunts in “Action Point.”
Fring is best known as a master seller of both drugs and fried chicken, but this week’s episode showed he’s just as good at managing and manipulating people.
Demetri Martin reflects on the mundane in his new stand-up special. And “Ronny Chieng: International Student” arrives on the Comedy Central app.
The HBO series is back, and Issa and the rest of the crew are still making questionable life choices. We rate the least improved.
Camille is struggling mightily to escape devolving into the wild, miserable, victimized cheerleader she was in high school.
Will the characters on “Insecure” make better decisions? Will the characters on “Fear the Walking Dead” stay alive?
“No Country for Old Men” arrives on Netflix. And “Summer Palace” tells a teenage love story in the context of the Tiananmen Square protests.
Henry Winkler, who is nominated for an Emmy for “Barry,” does it extra cheesy at Lucali in Brooklyn.
In “My Family Divided,” the “Orange Is the New Black” star tells the story of coming home at age 14 to find her parents gone, taken by immigration authorities.
Mr. Groening tries to get out from under the shadow of “The Simpsons” in a new animated series on Netflix that takes place in a realm of wizards and dragons.
West told Mr. Kimmel that his support for the president was “not about policies,” but because it represented “doing what you felt, no matter what anyone said.”
Matthew Goode appears in two British Netflix offerings, including an Agatha Christie adaptation. And Chicago royalty gather for a cross-genre concert.
With little formal training, he made his debut on Broadway when he was 19 and became a prolific presence on TV and in concert halls around the world.
Mr. Williams, whose approach blended jazz, classical and pop elements, provided music for film, television and his own award-winning records.
A trailer for the show, which debuts Friday, spurred fierce criticism and charges of body-shaming. But that might be the least of its problems.
The actor’s daughter told The Associated Press, “It’s important to be open and honest so there’s not a cloud of shame in dealing with this.”
Ms. Collins and her brother, Larry, billed as the Collins Kids, were stars before they were teenagers, regularly featured on television variety shows.
CBS is to make a version of “Love Island” — a British romantic reality show that consistently provokes discussion about issues like sex and race.
By adding a new category, the Academy Awards risk signaling that blockbuster films are not worthy of consideration for the best overall picture honor.