What’s on TV This Week: ‘The 7 Toughest Days on Earth’ and Super Bowl LVII
Culture, Today

A new adventure series is on National Geographic, the Super Bowl airs on Fox, and President Biden delivers his second State of the Union address.

‘The Last of Us’ Season 1, Episode 4 Recap: Truck Stop
Culture, Today

This week, Joel and Ellie’s bond deepened during an unplanned stay in Kansas City. They should have tried Des Moines instead.

Melinda Dillon, 2-Time Oscar Nominee, Is Dead at 83
Obits, Yesterday

She was a Broadway star at 23 and then quit acting, but later re-emerged in films like “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” and “A Christmas Story.”

Charles Kimbrough, Actor Best Known for ‘Murphy Brown,’ Dies at 86
Obits, Yesterday

In a career that included a Tony nomination for “Company,” he specialized in playing uptight characters, notably Candice Bergen’s stuffy straight man.

‘S.N.L.’ Gives Comic Voice to the Downed Chinese Spy Balloon
Culture, Yesterday

Bowen Yang played the balloon wreckage as it floated off the Eastern Seaboard, in a wide-ranging episode hosted by Pedro Pascal.

‘Three-Body’ Review: A Chinese Series Beats Netflix to the Screen
Culture, February 3

A 30-episode adaptation of the celebrated science-fiction novel “The Three-Body Problem” is premiering simultaneously in China and on the American streamer Rakuten Viki.

The Best of Late Night This Week
Interactive, February 3

The hosts had plenty of news to pick through this week, including former President Trump returning to the campaign trail, Tom Brady retiring from football (again), and Netflix cracking down on password sharing.

How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
Weekend, February 3

Our critic recommends checking out a show about pasta, a French political comedy and a potent new true-crime documentary.

One Day They’ll Say This Was the Best (and Worst) Thing I Ever Made
Op Ed, February 3

It started with smirk and ended with a bang, and in between it changed the media universe.

‘The Last of Us’ Is a Very Conservative Show. Really.
Op Ed, February 3

The right should love its view of masculinity, the government and what it takes to survive.

Jimmy Kimmel Addresses Netflix’s Plan to Charge for Shared Accounts
Culture, February 3

“I understand. You don’t like paying for TV,” Kimmel said. “So, let me just say this: My name is Jimmy and I’m free every night, no charge.”

Reflections on Star Quality From a Golden Age of ‘Junk TV’
Styles, February 3

In a new memoir, a longtime casting director revels in memories of a bygone Hollywood, matching actors with the roles that made them stars.

The Impact of Tom Brady’s Retirement Is Still Unfolding
Sports, February 2

Brady claims he is done for good, but it is unclear what that will mean for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Fox broadcast booth and other interested parties.

In ‘Dear Edward,’ Connie Britton Embraces Her Inner ‘Real Housewife’
Weekend, February 2

The series reunites the actor with Jason Katims, the “Friday Night Lights” showrunner. But the wealthy suburbanite she plays is “so not Tami Taylor,” she said.

Philomena Cunk Is Weird Enough to Take on the World
Culture, February 2

The new Netflix show “Cunk on Earth” looks like an ambitious BBC documentary. Until its fictional host, created by Charlie Brooker, starts to ask some deeply silly questions.

It’s Beyoncé’s Time to Shine at the Grammys … Right?
Weekend, February 2

With a dominant new album, “Renaissance,” and the chance to become the most awarded artist in Grammy history, all eyes are on the pop superstar ahead of Sunday’s show. What could go wrong?

Jimmy Fallon Jokes That President Biden’s Document Drama Is a ‘Humblebrag’
Culture, February 2

“First, they searched near Biden’s Corvette, now they’re searching his beach house,” Fallon said.

A New Video Series Explores Criminal Justice From the Inside Out
Arts & Leisure, February 1

“Inside Story,” produced by the Marshall Project and Vice News, reports on crime and punishment from the perspective of former prisoners.

Jimmy Kimmel Puts Mike Lindell Inside a Claw Machine
Culture, February 1

The MyPillow founder and election denier wanted to appear on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” again, but the host had one condition.

More Than Shirley: Cindy Williams’s 6 Best Moments Onscreen
Culture, January 31

Her comedic work in “Laverne & Shirley” was career-defining. But the actress had other chops, too. Here’s a look at some of her best work and where to see it.

‘Schoolhouse Rock!’ at 50: Those Are Magic Numbers
Culture, January 31

The educational snippets are the ultimate font of Gen X nostalgia. But what is it we’re nostalgic for?

Why Gina Rodriguez Put Mumford & Sons on Her Birth Playlist
Arts & Leisure, January 31

The actress spent her pregnancy making a new TV series, “Not Dead Yet,” and watching “WandaVision.”

‘Night Court’ Is Back, and America Is Tuning In
Business, January 31

The revival of the 1980s show is the most popular new sitcom in years. Even some of the people behind it are surprised by its early ratings success.

Jimmy Kimmel Takes on Trump’s ‘Sad’ Return to the Campaign Trail
Culture, January 31

Kimmel called Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign “the political equivalent of when Michael Jordan went to play for the Wizards.”

Cindy Williams, Co-Star of ‘Laverne & Shirley,’ Dies at 75
Obits, January 31

From 1976 to 1983, she (Shirley) and Penny Marshall (Laverne) drew millions of viewers to a sitcom playing roommates who worked in a Milwaukee brewery.

Showtime Changes Its Name in a Nod to Its Streaming Future
Business, January 30

The cable network will be called Paramount+ With Showtime, and its programming will soon be integrated into the Paramount+ streaming app.

Lisa Loring, Wednesday Addams in ‘The Addams Family,’ Dies at 64
Express, January 30

With her dark clothes and pigtailed hair framing a pale face, Ms. Loring played Wednesday as a young girl obsessed with death on the ABC series, which ran from 1964 to 1966.

Stream These 8 Movies Before They Leave Netflix in February
Culture, January 30

A handful of great titles are leaving the service for U.S. subscribers soon, including a bona fide comedy classic. See them while you can.

What’s on TV This Week: ‘Fight the Power’ and ‘The Ark’
Culture, January 30

Chuck D hosts a documentary about hip-hop on PBS. And a new science fiction series debuts on Syfy.

‘Squid Game’ Actor Faces Trial on Sex Crime Charges This Week
Culture, January 30

Oh Young-soo, the actor who portrayed a contestant in the popular Netflix series, is accused of inappropriately touching a South Korean woman in 2017.

‘The Last of Us’ Season 1, Episode 3 Recap: One More Good Day
Culture, January 30

This week’s episode, starring Nick Offerman and Murray Bartlett, stepped away from the main action, offering a melancholy vignette about companionship.

Annie Wersching, Who Played Borg Queen on ‘Star Trek: Picard,’ Dies at 45
Obits, January 30

Ms. Wersching was best known for playing the Borg Queen on the Paramount+ “Star Trek” series. She was also on the television series “24,” “Bosch” and “Timeless.”

Sylvia Syms, Versatile British Actress, Is Dead at 89
Obits, January 29

In a career that began in the 1950s, she had roles that ranged from the lead in the movie “Teenage Bad Girl” to Margaret Thatcher and the Queen Mother.

‘S.N.L.’ Spoofs Merrick Garland’s Hunt for Classified Documents
Culture, January 29

Michael B. Jordan hosted an episode that was saved by a couple of commercial parodies.

The Responsibility of Watching
Culture, January 28

The video of Memphis police beating Tyre Nichols challenges public complacency — and complicity. What are our duties as citizens and as human beings?

The Hottest Song at the Club? A ‘White Lotus’ Dance Remix
Styles, January 28

Variations of the spine-tingling intro music have played at rave parties, Australian music festivals and Sundance.

Billy Packer, Straight-Talking College Basketball Analyst, Dies at 82
Obits, January 28

With partners on NBC and then CBS, and with a rapid, opinionated style, he was heard during every N.C.A.A. men’s basketball tournament from 1975 to 2008.

Jay Leno Is Recovering From Surgery After a Motorcycle Accident
Express, January 27

The former late-night host and comedian drove into a wire a few miles from his garage in Burbank, Calif., he said in an interview. It comes two months after he sustained burns while working on his cars.

ABC Co-Anchors to Leave Network After Tabloid Scandal
Business, January 27

T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach, who co-hosted “GMA3,” were both married when they began a romantic relationship.

The Best of Late Night This Week
Interactive, January 27

The discovery of more classified documents at the homes of President Biden and former Vice President Mike Pence was the talk of late night this week. And “Jimmy Kimmel Live” celebrated its 20th anniversary. Here’s what the host had to say.

‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ Celebrates 20 Years on Air
Culture, January 27

Kimmel reminisced about his show’s highs and lows on its milestone anniversary.

Lloyd Morrisett, a Founder of ‘Sesame Street,’ Dies at 93
Obits, January 26

His observations about his 3-year-old daughter’s viewing habits led him to join Joan Ganz Cooney in creating a program that revolutionized children’s television.

Lance Kerwin, ‘James at 15’ and ‘Salem’s Lot’ Star, Dies at 62
Express, January 26

“James,” which followed the adventures of a sandy-haired teenager who moves with his family to Boston from Oregon, made him a teenage idol.

How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
Weekend, January 26

Our TV critic recommends a New Zealand dramedy, the 1990 version of “The Baby-Sitters Club” and a Canadian comedy to carry you through till spring.

‘Shrinking’ Review: On the Couch With Harrison Ford
Weekend, January 26

An Apple TV+ dramedy from Jason Segel and some “Ted Lasso” principals is at its best when America’s sexiest uncle is dispensing advice.

XOXO, Whitney Peak
Styles, January 26

The “Gossip Girl” star and Chanel ambassador keeps her friends close.

A New Series, ‘In Service of Our Ancestors’
Insider, January 26

The 1619 Project, which has been adapted into a podcast and a book, premieres as a documentary on Hulu this week.

Late Night Responds to Biden’s Decision to Send Tanks to Ukraine
Culture, January 26

Stephen Colbert said that for Volodymyr Zelensky’s birthday on Wednesday, “Joe Biden got him exactly what he asked for.”

Voice of ‘Rick and Morty’ Leaves Show After Domestic Abuse Charges
Weekend, January 25

The title roles will be recast because Adult Swim has severed ties with Justin Roiland, the animated show’s co-creator.

‘Poker Face’ Is the Best New Detective Show of 1973
Culture, January 25

Natasha Lyonne turns working-class sleuth in Rian Johnson’s breezy throwback to a familiar mystery formula.

Executive Director of Museum of the Moving Image Exits After 12 Years
Weekend, January 25

Carl Goodman, who has been at the museum for 34 years in total, will next serve as the president of the Florida Holocaust Museum.

The Times Asks Judge to Unseal Documents in Fox News Defamation Case
Business, January 25

Most of the evidence in the case has remained under seal at the request of Fox’s lawyers.

In ‘Shrinking,’ Jason Segel Does the Work
Arts & Leisure, January 25

The actor is a star, writer and executive producer of this new series about a therapist crushed by grief and trying to put himself back together. It’s a comedy.

Late Night Riffs on Mike Pence and His Classified Documents
Culture, January 25

Jimmy Kimmel said the papers were found in a box with “a four-pack of Zima and Polaroids of Mother dressed in her swimming costume.”

Murdoch Backtracks on Plan to Merge His Media Empire
Business, January 24

News Corp, one of his companies, said Rupert Murdoch had determined that a merger was “not optimal for shareholders of News Corp and Fox at this time.”

‘Extraordinary’ Review: The Power of Powerlessness
Culture, January 24

The heroine of “Extraordinary,” on Hulu, just wants to have a superpower so she can be like everyone else.

Wanda Sykes Kicks Off ‘Daily Show’ Stint by Panning a Eulogy From Trump
Culture, January 24

Sykes ribbed Donald Trump for forgetting a Black woman he met several times and who supported him at rallies, “setting the Black race back 50 years.”

Russia’s War Breathes New Life Into a Cold War Symbol
Foreign, January 24

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, a news network originally set up as a C.I.A. operation early in the Cold War, is experiencing a renaissance and making a case for its independence.

Samuel West Takes Comfort in D&D, Mendelssohn and Ron Swanson’s Whiskey
Arts & Leisure, January 23

The British actor, who appears in “All Creatures Great and Small” and “Slow Horses,” talks about bird-watching, history podcasts and why he stands up for rats.

What’s on TV This Week: ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘American Masters: Roberta Flack’
Culture, January 23

The ABC reality dating show returns for its 27th season, and the PBS series looks at the singer Roberta Flack.

‘The Last of Us’ Season 1, Episode 2 Recap: Exit Through the Gift Shop
Culture, January 23

This week brought a more in-depth look at post-apocalyptic Boston as well as more details about what exactly has happened to the planet.

‘S.N.L.’ Mocks George Santos Over and Over Again
Culture, January 22

The episode was hosted by Aubrey Plaza, a former NBC page, who strolled down memory lane with the help of President Biden and Amy Poehler.

Witness Says Inside Information Helped Fox Win World Cup Rights
Sports, January 21

A marketing executive testified that a top FIFA official provided secret bidding information that allowed his company to acquire valuable television rights.

‘Fleishman Is in Trouble’ and the Angst of the Striving Upper Class
Op Ed, January 20

At the heart of meritocracy is marriage.

The Best of Late Night This Week
Interactive, January 20

The late-night hosts had plenty of news to discuss this week, including the United States reaching its debt limit and more revelations about George Santos.

American Expatriates in Paris Wish Emily Cooper Would Go Home
Culture, January 20

Real-life Emilys in Paris complain that the show’s heroine, clad in over-the-top couture and barely able to speak French, is giving them a bad name.

Jimmy Fallon Finds the Funny in the Debt Ceiling
Culture, January 20

Fallon says the news that the government has hit its debt cap explains why “Mitch McConnell started an OnlyFans.”

How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
Weekend, January 19

Our critic recommends checking out a charming children’s show about shapes and a noodle documentary. Or is it time to try “The Righteous Gemstones”?

Arthur Duncan, Barrier-Breaking Tap Dancer, Is Dead at 97
Obits, January 19

One of the first Black regulars on a TV variety show, he brought tap to millions of viewers on “The Lawrence Welk Show” after Betty White gave him his first big break.

Dance Like You’re Wednesday Addams
Styles, January 19

At a Brooklyn club, fans of the Netflix series “Wednesday” showed off their takes on the pigtailed heroine’s signature moves in a midnight competition.

Fox’s ‘Accused’ Is a Law Show, Not in the Usual Order
Culture, January 19

An inversion of the usual whodunit, a new crime-of-the-week drama from the producers of “Homeland” and “24” puts ordinary people in extraordinary trouble.

Natasha Lyonne and Rian Johnson Trace the TV Origins of ‘Poker Face’
Arts & Leisure, January 19

The star and the creator of the Peacock crime thriller discussed its influences, including “Columbo,” “Murder, She Wrote” and “Magnum P.I.”

Jimmy Kimmel: George Santos Is a ‘Scooby-Doo’ Villain
Culture, January 19

“He’s been accused of stealing from a dog,” Kimmel said of the congressman on Wednesday.

‘Jam Van’ Dares to Ask: What if Family Road Trips Were Actually Fun?
Culture, January 18

A new travel series featuring a diverse array of beloved musical artists uses original tunes to help children navigate the world.

G.O.P. in Talks With Networks About Debates, and Even CNN Is Included
Business, January 18

Conversations between R.N.C. officials and television executives signal that the contours of the Republican nominating contest are shaping up.

Bomani Jones Calls an Audible
Arts & Leisure, January 18

“Game Theory,” his HBO talk show, has pulled off the difficult feat of mixing sports and comedy with a political bite. Now he’s trying to up his game by going unscripted.

Stephen Colbert Is Charmed by Republican Concerns About Ron DeSantis
Culture, January 18

“It’s true. DeSantis is best on paper — specifically, that roll by the toilet,” Colbert said.

An International Buffet, From Elena Ferrante to ‘Slow Horses’
Culture, January 17

Amid the flood of foreign shows to American screens (nearly 100 just since the beginning of the year), here are five to check out.

Late Night Chides Biden Over Birthday Gaffe
Culture, January 17

Stephen Colbert and other hosts poked fun at the president for seeming to forget the name of Martin Luther King Jr.’s daughter-in-law while singing her a birthday tune on Monday.

In a New ‘Night Court,’ John Larroquette Plays Defense
Culture, January 16

The actor thought he was done with Dan Fielding. But more than 30 years later, Larroquette is back to see if he can make his most famous character funny again.

What’s on TV This Week: ‘Independent Lens’ and ‘Night Court’
Culture, January 16

A documentary about racial reparations in the United States airs on PBS. And NBC reboots the 1980s and ’90s sitcom “Night Court.”

‘The Last of Us’ Series Premiere Recap: Fungus Among Us
Culture, January 16

It’s too soon to say whether HBO’s big-budget video game adaptation will become a zombie classic. But it delivers one heck of an opening catastrophe.

Critics Choice Awards 2023: The Complete Winners List
Culture, January 15

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” wins the top prize, while Brendan Fraser takes best actor for “The Whale” and Cate Blanchett triumphs for “Tár.”

La gurú de los buenos modales que terminó con su novio por mensaje de texto
en Español, January 15

La protagonista de la serie de Netflix “Clases de etiqueta”, Sara Jane Ho, ofrece consejos prácticos para un mundo nuevo y global.

‘Emily in Paris’ Star Would Like Your Paris Tips
Arts & Leisure, January 15

Lily Collins explores the city, and the world, with the help of Monocle, word searches and Norwegian coffee.

‘Based on a True Story’ (Except the Parts That Aren’t)
Business, January 14

The entertainment genre of historical drama is flourishing — and riddled with inaccuracies. The untrue parts are leading to more public spats and lawsuits.

The Best of Late Night This Week
Interactive, January 13

The late-night hosts had their hands full this week with Kevin McCarthy finally getting sworn in as House speaker, Prince Harry’s new memoir, and the batches of classified documents found in locations linked to President Biden.

5 Things to Do This Weekend
Interactive, January 13

Selections from the Weekend section, including a review of the new HBO series "The Last of Us."

Stephen Colbert: ‘Say It Ain’t So, Joe!’
Culture, January 13

Late night hosts lamented that more classified documents were found, this time in President Biden’s Delaware garage.

How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
Weekend, January 12

Our TV critic recommends checking out a distinctive stand-up special, a tender tennis documentary and a true-crime mockumentary you might have missed.

‘Hunters’: David Weil on Hunting Nazis as Collective Catharsis
Weekend, January 12

The Amazon thriller, starring Al Pacino, returns for Season 2 with its sights on the ultimate target: Hitler.

‘The Last of Us’ Is a Zombie Thriller About Single Parenting
Weekend, January 12

HBO’s video-game adaptation doesn’t reinvent the apocalypse genre. But it injects an undead story with new life.

‘The Traitors’ Was a Sensation in Britain. Can It Conquer the U.S.?
Culture, January 12

A cross between “Survivor” and the party game Mafia, the competitive reality show arrives on Peacock after a British version became a word-of-mouth hit.

Jimmy Kimmel Jokes About Biden Aides Finding More Classified Documents
Culture, January 12

After the discovery of a new batch of documents tied to President Biden, Kimmel joked that America is “one episode of ‘Storage Wars’ away from finding out who killed J.F.K.”

Golden Globe Viewership Continues Rapid Decline
Business, January 11

Tuesday’s viewership, of 6.3 million, was the lowest since NBC started broadcasting the awards show in 1996.

Is Stephanie Hsu the ‘Dark Horse’ of Award Season?
Culture, January 11

The “Everything Everywhere All at Once” actress may not be as well known as her co-stars, but her role is crucial enough to deserve consideration.

Rebecca Blumenstein, a Senior Times Editor, Takes a Top Role at NBC News
Business, January 11

The appointment of Ms. Blumenstein, a deputy managing editor at The Times, is a part of a broad overhaul of the news division at NBCUniversal.

SAG Award Nominations 2023: The Complete List, Snubs and Surprises
Weekend, January 11

“The Banshees of Inisherin” and “Everything Everywhere All at Once” pick up important nods. Michelle Williams is shut out.

The Golden Globes Were Too Big to Fail
Culture, January 11

Did the awards get their legitimacy back? You can’t regain what you never had.

Can ‘The Last of Us’ Unlock a Gaming Gold Mine for TV?
Arts & Leisure, January 11

Hollywood has mostly failed to adapt successful video games into satisfying series and films. In an interview, the creators of this new zombie thriller explain why it can be the exception.

New to ‘The Last of Us’? Here’s What to Know Before It Debuts
Arts & Leisure, January 11

HBO’s new post-apocalyptic series is based on a video game with tens of millions of fans. For them and for newcomers, here’s what to expect.

In ‘The Last of Us,’ Bella Ramsey Might Save the World
Arts & Leisure, January 11

A working actor since joining “Game of Thrones” at 11, Ramsey takes her biggest role yet in this dystopian zombie thriller.

Netflix Brings the Intensity of Elena Ferrante’s Naples to the Screen
Culture, January 11

A new adaptation of the novel “The Lying Life of Adults” features formidable female central characters and an Italy with distinct social classes.

The New Soldiers in Propane’s Fight Against Climate Action: Television Stars
Climate, January 11

An industry group is spending millions of dollars to push back against efforts to move heating away from oil and gas.

Prince Harry Engages in ‘Group Therapy’ With Stephen Colbert
Culture, January 11

The prince said of his new memoir, “Spare,” on “The Late Show” on Tuesday night.

Several Golden Globe winners were not there to pick up their awards.
Culture, January 11

While some could not attend, citing conflicts, Kevin Costner was kept from the ceremony by the severe weather in California.

Tarnished Golden Globes Return to TV, and Hollywood Plays Along
Culture, January 11

Amid a few awkward moments, the industry’s stars mostly embraced the chance to accept film and TV trophies in hopes of a bump in business and award-season momentum.

Jennifer Coolidge Credits ‘White Lotus’ Creator for a ‘New Beginning’
Culture, January 11

Accepting a Golden Globe for her role as a needy heiress in the HBO dramedy, Coolidge delivered one of the most memorable speeches of the night.

Golden Globes Winners 2023: The Complete List
Culture, January 10

The winning films, TV shows, actors and production teams at the 2023 Golden Globe Awards.

How Danhausen Became Professional Wrestling’s Strangest Star
Magazine, January 10

What’s the best way for a not-particularly-athletic barista-slash-wrestling geek to go pro? Act really weird.

Can Ron DeSantis Avoid Meeting the Press?
Business, January 10

The Florida governor easily won re-election despite little engagement with mainstream news outlets, another sign of partisan division ahead of the 2024 presidential race.

Jimmy Kimmel: McCarthy Won After Near-Knockout Punches
Culture, January 10

“It got so out of control, I thought I was watching the Oscars,” Kimmel said of Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s 15-round ordeal.

Who Told Players to Warm Up After Damar Hamlin Collapsed?
Sports, January 9

ESPN told viewers that players were given five minutes to warm up after Hamlin was taken off the field. The N.F.L. denied that. On Sunday, Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed the question.

How Damar Hamlin’s Recovery Allowed Us to Breathe
Culture, January 9

This weekend the narrative around the Buffalo Bills player flipped, from soul-searching about the violence of America’s most popular sport to something more hopeful.

The Golden Globes: How to Watch the Show’s Rehabilitation Attempt
Culture, January 9

The group that puts on the ceremony has promised reforms since it plunged into scandal two years ago. On Tuesday, it will try to win back viewers.

Simona Tabasco, ‘White Lotus’ Fan Favorite, on the Best Parts of Italy
Arts & Leisure, January 9

The actress shares some of the places she loves the most, and the art that both inspires and disturbs her.

What’s on TV This Week: ‘The Last of Us’ and the Golden Globes
Culture, January 9

An adaptation of a beloved video-game series debuts on HBO. And the Golden Globe Awards air on NBC.

What We Learned From Prince Harry’s Interviews
Books, January 9

Two days before the publication of his memoir, “Spare,” Harry appeared at ease and at times emotional in high-profile interviews in the United States and Britain.

Adam Rich, Child Star on ‘Eight Is Enough,’ Dies at 54
Obits, January 8

After gaining popularity as a symbol of innocence on TV in the 1970s, he struggled with drugs and depression. He later became a mental health advocate.

Denise Maerker, reconocida presentadora mexicana, sale del aire. ¿Qué perderá la cobertura con su partida?
en Español, January 8

En un momento de división previo a unas elecciones presidenciales clave, la renuncia de la periodista plantea una duda urgente: ¿está en vías de desaparición la mesura en los medios?

Case Closed! Old-School Police and Court Shows Are Big Streaming Hits.
Business, January 8

Prestige shows like “The White Lotus” grab a lot of the headlines and rave reviews. But viewers still like to settle in with the familiar.

A Prominent Mexican TV Anchor Departs. Will Dispassionate Coverage Go With Her?
Foreign, January 8

As a crucial presidential election approaches, a newswoman’s resignation has raised a crucial question: Is her restrained approach also on its way out?

ESPN Looks for the Right Tone as the N.F.L. Resumes Games
Business, January 7

The broadcast on Saturday was a test of how the networks are going to cover the sport in the wake of Damar Hamlin’s collapse on the field last Monday.

Damar Hamlin and the Existential Crisis of ‘Monday Night Football’
Magazine, January 7

Fans are used to seeing gruesome injuries. But there was no media playbook for what happened to Hamlin.

Along for the Ride With Joy Sunday
Styles, January 7

The “Wednesday” actress reflects on a whirlwind year, from Bucharest breakfasts to Brooklyn art parties.

El Reino Unido se prepara para otro capítulo del drama de la familia real
en Español, January 7

Con el nuevo libro del príncipe Enrique, “En la sombra”, que saldrá a la venta la próxima semana, el país se prepara para la divulgación de nuevas entrevistas reveladoras.

Why Moviegoers Are Now Staying Home
Letters, December 15

Readers discuss several reasons for the decline of moviegoing. Also: Elon Musk and Twitter; women’s health care; chatbot pitfalls.

Your Tuesday Briefing: Indonesia’s Deadly Earthquake
N Y T Now, November 21

Plus Iranian players protest at the World Cup and “Neighbours” will start filming again.

New Foundation
Podcasts, November 15

Being back in the workplace only really matters “if the amount of care and caring that became the No. 1 conversation in March of 2020 carries through,” J Wortham, a co-host of “Still Processing,” says.

Britain Wonders, Is It Too Soon to Dramatize the Pandemic?
Culture, September 30

A new Sky Atlantic mini-series, “This England,” depicts the early days of Covid-19 in the country, with Kenneth Branagh playing Boris Johnson.

Andrew Giuliani’s Vaccination Status Will Bar Him From Debate Studio
Metro, June 12

The Republican candidate for governor of New York is unvaccinated and says he has “natural immunity” to the coronavirus.

What the Pandemic Can Teach Us About Endings
Op Ed, June 1

And heartbreak and lions and infinite hallways.