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Ms. Dungey, who left ABC a month ago, will oversee a broad slate of original programming, including shows from Shonda Rhimes, Kenya Barris and the Obamas.
Browsing Midtown Comics with the star of the forthcoming “Shazam!” (Yes, fanboy selfies were taken.)
Stream the Boss’s Broadway show from the comfort of your couch. Or watch a personal investigation into the medical industry.
Davidson made only brief appearances in the final live show of 2018, hours after publishing an Instagram post that elicited concern about his safety and well-being.
Steve Harvey hosts “Miss Universe” once again. And here’s a chance to relish in the underdog story that is “Rocky.”
The police said he was accounted for at work after he posted a troubling message on Instagram that began: “I really don’t want to be on this earth anymore.”
The comedian Pete Holmes returns with a second HBO stand-up special. And the dark comedy “Life of Crime” arrives on Amazon Prime.
The network has undertaken a companywide re-evaluation in the wake of the #MeToo movement that has forced three powerful men out of their jobs because of workplace conduct.
The imprisoned entertainer, who was convicted of sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, says in court papers that he did not receive a fair trial.
Ms. Dushku told investigators she was written off the hit series ‘Bull’ after enduring sexual harassment on the set. Lawyers scolded CBS for its ‘antiquated’ views.
Our TV critic Margaret Lyons has three great ideas for what to watch, including a Canadian comedy, a French rom-com and a returning favorite.
This Netflix film gives a straightforward, unadorned, up-close experience of Bruce Springsteen’s solo show, and it doesn’t cost a month’s rent.
McCormack discusses his time-leaping Netflix series, “Travelers,” getting political with “Will & Grace” and life in Canada and the United States.
Stephen Colbert ran down revelations from the Russia investigation, while Jimmy Kimmel joked about the White House’s canceling of a holiday party for the news media.
Catch “Roma,” which our critics are calling one of this year’s best movies, and watch the queens return to strut their stuff in “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars.”
Feeling boxed in by her reputation for kindness, the comic is weighing whether to leave daytime TV, as her wife wants, or to stay, as her brother urges.
Cohen, a former lawyer for President Trump, denounced him in a statement at his sentencing hearing, but Colbert was not won over.
Get nostalgic with a visit to “The Land Before Time,” and watch as the Golden State Warriors are honored by Sports Illustrated.
Two entertaining espionage thrillers, on Starz and Epix, both take place in Berlin, where secret agents are part of the atmosphere.
Lily, a character introduced seven years ago to address child hunger, returns. This time her family does not have a place to live.
The “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” actor never tires of the City of Light, was fascinated by the Roman ruins in Lebanon and would happily spend the rest of his days in a certain Texas college town.
Jimmy Kimmel compared President Trump’s demanding a border wall to “a toddler threatening to keep screaming on the floor of Toys ‘R’ Us until Congress buys him a Hatchimal.”
A comedy institution that has propelled comedians to the A-list faces increased competition and high rents. It let go much of its sales and marketing teams.
“Momentum Generation” explores surfing in the ’90s. And the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performs in support of the victims of the synagogue shooting.
TV coverage of literary fiction has dwindled, but Trevor Noah and Seth Meyers are exceptions. “Who would have guessed that a 700-page novel would be on national TV?” one publishing executive said.
Ms. Gifford and her co-host, Hoda Kotb, have become fixtures on NBC’s morning lineup over the past decade, along with their ever-present glasses of wine.
What you need to know from Tuesday’s TV, music and movie news.
Whether you want to dip into a novel that evokes Midge Maisel’s New York City or pick up a sparkling history of 1950s comedy, we’ve got some recommendations for you.
Here’s what to read and watch to learn more about the series and Elena Ferrante, and prolong the mood and magic of her world.
“If anyone here wants to be President Trump’s chief of staff, just raise your hand and the job is yours,” Fallon told his audience.
Times staff discuss the highs and lows of the eight-episode season adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s novel.