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Whether in “Dance in America” or “Dirty Dancing,” Mr. Bhargava’s eye and sense of musicality were highly prized in translating dance to film.
Critics have long noted Mr. Lee’s “woman problem.” But in his new Netflix series, based on his 1986 film, he has created his most nuanced female character yet.
Ms. Shawkat talks about her three series — “Search Party,” “Transparent” and “Arrested Development” — as well as why sexual harassment in Hollywood feels like her personal war.
The “Late Show” host didn’t think “intended to be funny” was a sufficient excuse for the Minnesota senator’s behavior.
“Mudbound,” an Oscar contender, arrives on Netflix. A documentary examines at the aftermath of Columbine.
The cable giant is discussing acquiring the Fox movie studio, the FX network, regional sports channels and a vast overseas TV distribution business.
The actor filed a police report against the agent, Adam Venit of William Morris Endeavor, which suspended him after an investigation.
“Downton Abbey: The Exhibition” comes to Manhattan, offering fans of the series a cleverly immersive period wonderland.
On her Hulu series, “I Love You, America,” Ms. Silverman addressed the sexual misconduct of Louis C.K., who has been a longtime friend and colleague.
High-profile allegations should not overshadow the pervasiveness of sexual harassment, Ms. Bee said.
The 16th season of “Project Runway” comes to a close. And a new Mitchell and Webb series debuts on streaming.
On this week’s podcast, the “Girls” star tells the story of one of the most consequential evenings of his life.
Mr. Colbert highlighted reports that Mr. Moore had a reputation in the 1980s for hanging out in shopping malls, trying to chat with teenage girls.
The second season of “Queen Sugar” comes to a close, while 2 Chainz starts a new show about extravagance on Viceland.
An effort to get ads pulled from Mr. Hannity’s Fox News show appeared to gain momentum. But then some companies began deleting tweets.
A new Hulu comedy from the makers of “Sausage Party” offers raunch, video-game-style action and a wide web of sci-fi-geek references.
The former vice president sharply criticized President Trump, but declined to say whether he himself would run for president in 2020.
Time travelers must transform a video gamer into a hero in “Future Man.” And a new series attempts to unravel the mystery of the Zodiac killer.
Dave Becky says he is “deeply sorry” he didn’t listen to women who accused his client of sexual misconduct. “What I did was wrong,” he adds.
Amazon announced on Monday that it has retained the rights to adapt J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings” for television for its Prime streaming service.
The two friends talk about “Night of Too Many Stars,” their annual benefit for autism groups, and how comedy has been affected by internet culture and politics.
The comedian and podcaster became one of the most prominent performers to address the admission by Louis C.K. about sexual misconduct.
Oprah sits down with Joe Biden for an interview about losing his son to cancer. A documentary explores one of America’s first celebrity chefs.
HBO and PBS honor Veterans Day with two new documentaries. And the wildly imaginative show “Ill Behaviour” arrives on Showtime.
In its midseason finale, the show continued to stumble in presenting coherent versions of its main characters.
The season underwent a literal sea change by stranding Jamie and Claire on a boat to the West Indies.
A decade after the rude genius of “House,” ABC’s sentimental hit drama focuses on the “care” part of health care.
The sexual misdeeds of prominent men gave “S.N.L.” plenty of topical grist. But some of the accused came in for tougher treatment than others.