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Fallon said that after the Senate’s confirmation, “Kavanaugh would have clapped for himself, but he had already duct-taped two 40-ounce beers to each hand.”
Drake and Cardi B go head-to-head at the American Music Awards. And “Terrace House” returns to Netflix.
Largely on hold while his criminal case unfolded, the suits from 10 women who say he also sexually assaulted them will now proceed in Massachusetts and California.
For four seasons, the writers of “Saul” have slowly been transforming Jimmy McGill into the slimy Saul Goodman. In this video, they broke down a pivotal scene before the season finale.
The Season 4 finale reached a long-promised milestone for a “Breaking Bad” prequel that’s part moral investigation, part Easter-egg factory.
Peter Rice, now the president of 21st Century Fox, is set to take on the top TV role, once Disney’s $71.3 billion deal for Fox is formally approved.
Mr. Wilson’s breakout part was as one of two murderers in “In Cold Blood.” He played a kinder figure on several seasons of “The Walking Dead.”
Candy can see that Lori needs out of her toxic relationship with C.C. Getting her out is another story.
The actresses behind Luffy, Naruto and Boruto say female voices make sense for these characters, though fans are often shocked to learn of their involvement.
Season 4 of “Better Call Saul” comes to a close on AMC, followed by the Season 1 finale of “Lodge 49.”
For four seasons, the writers of “Saul” have been slowly transforming Jimmy McGill into the slimy Saul Goodman. Here, they break down a pivotal scene from an episode late in Season 4.
“Trump and Taxes” offers a behind-the-scenes view of a The New York Times investigation. And “Pyewacket” finds horror in a mother-daughter relationship.
Flight of the Conchords gets a comedy special on HBO. And “A Prayer Before Dawn” comes to Amazon Prime.
Jodie Whittaker takes over the lead when this science-fiction institution starts a new season on BBC America, but the changes go way beyond gender.
Michael Sorrentino of “Jersey Shore” fame was sentenced to eight months in prison; his brother Marc Sorrentino received a two-year sentence.
With “Homeland” about to end, he’s released his first new albums in more than a decade, with a young pop-minded producer pushing him to take risks.
In a TV season filled with very special #MeToo episodes, a few standout shows like “BoJack Horseman” commit to telling a bigger story.
The wry Mr. Mull talks about his latest sitcom, “The Cool Kids”; growing old; “Roseanne”; and the current state of Hollywood.
Meyers and other late-night hosts said the F.B.I. seemed halfhearted in its investigation of sexual assault claims against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee.
What are we to make of Australia’s presence in “The Good Place” and “Ozark”? And should we love or hate Ted Danson’s Aussie accent?
Kimmel said, “I already get terrifying presidential alerts on my phone — they’re called the news. They come every day.”
The musical comedians Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement discuss preparing for their HBO special and how it was nearly derailed by an 11th-hour injury.
Shiona Turini, who worked as a costume designer for Season 3, channeled her nostalgia for the 1990s into progressive statement pieces.
He plays a suave drug dealer on TV. But in real life, Mr. Hardwick is a jeans-and-sneakers kind of guy.
Mr. Colbert referred to a New York Times report showing that President Trump received large cash gifts as a toddler. Little has changed, Mr. Colbert said.
The Emmy-winning TV creator talks about his return to television with “The Romanoffs” and addresses a harassment allegation.
One of this year’s biggest documentaries hits Hulu. And Anthony Hopkins stars in a streaming “King Lear.”
The firing comes amid a broader cleanup at CBS, where a series of high-profile men have been ousted in scandals.