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The first season of this HBO robo-serial was more puzzle than story. The second one gets its head out of its own maze enough to develop a personality.
Mr. Washington, next in “The Iceman Cometh” on Broadway, and Mr. Jordan, the “Black Panther” star, discuss their idols, black superheroes and #MeToo.
The “Daily Show” host gave the president some credit: “If it wasn’t for his craziness, North Korea would have never come to the table.”
Olivia Pope drinks her last glass of red on the finale of “Scandal.” And stream a baking show with extremely bad bakers.
This week Paige took her spy game to a new level, but it was unclear whether she was prepared for the consequences.
The adviser, who works at Bill Cosby’s alma mater, said Andrea Constand described the scheme during a conversation they had as hotel roommates.
This week, the “Overboard” star tells the story of a 50th birthday celebration that is equal parts fantasy and reality.
Promoting his new book, the former F.B.I. director told Stephen Colbert that the country should not become “numb” to the president’s behavior.
The prime-time host, who is the top ratings draw in cable news, has a longer leash than others at the network.
“The Originals” returns for its last season. And Chiwetel Ejiofor plays a bishop in crisis in “Come Sunday.”
The teen drama’s musical episode, which airs Wednesday, is part of a tradition of television shows dipping into musical theater.
As the zany Judge Harry Stone, Mr. Anderson spent nine seasons presiding over a fictional Manhattan courtroom and was nominated for three consecutive Emmys.
The “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert reacted with glee as he delivered the news that Sean Hannity of Fox News had been revealed as a former client of Michael Cohen.
“Black Lightning” wraps up its first season. And an expectant couple riffs on their pre-parenthood anxieties in a new stand-up special.
The accuser, Andrea Constand, conceded that phone records do not reflect a call she said she had made to Mr. Cosby on the night she says he assaulted her.
Ms. Posey, a longtime star of independent films, puts her stamp on the villainous Dr. Smith in Netflix’s reboot of the 1960s adventure series.
Mr. O’Connor, a familiar face on TV for decades, had his longest run as a convict-turned-newspaperman on an ABC prime-time soap opera.
The long-awaited showdown between Rick and Negan attempted to have it both ways, and very nearly succeeded.
“Amour” traces a woman’s decline and the toll it takes on her husband. And “I Am Evidence” explores the issue of untested rape kits.
Everyone but Gail seems exceptionally calm about Paul’s kidnapping, even after new and worrying details emerge.
The father-son relationship between Charles and Chuck was already on the rocks. This week, it took a turn for the disturbing.
Contrary to what Roseanne told Dan, maybe we’re not all caught up, says network sitcom writer Kelvin Yu.
Hosted by the former “Saturday Night Live” writer John Mulaney, this week’s episode put President Trump’s longtime lawyer in its comedic cross hairs.
Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean and others perform at the Academy of Country Music Awards. And “The Walking Dead” collides with its spinoff series.
In her second appearance as a witness against Bill Cosby, Ms. Constand said he drugged and sexually assaulted her after she had rejected his advances.
A new documentary defines Elvis Presley as a musician first, superstar second. And the clever romantic drama “Right Now, Wrong Then” arrives on Mubi.
The Amazon series, now in its fourth season, carries on a tradition of hard-boiled Los Angeles cop shows that stretches back to “Dragnet.”
The awards ceremony, now in its 29th year, honors media efforts to fairly and accurately represent members of the L.G.B.T. community.
Mr. Harris talks about turning himself into the villainous Count Olaf in “A Series of Unfortunate Events” and about how he’s raising his own twins.
On “The Daily Show,” Mr. Noah said that Congress handles Facebook “the way rich white people punish their kids.”
Netflix reboots a 1960s sci-fi series. And Wyatt Cenac hosts a docu-series exploring America’s most pressing issues.