The former chief foreign affairs correspondent is now a popular guest on podcasts hosted by vaccine skeptics and deniers of the 2020 election.
The former chief foreign affairs correspondent is now a popular guest on podcasts hosted by vaccine skeptics and deniers of the 2020 election.
Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson and Aidy Bryant each got to take a victory lap in a “Saturday Night Live” season finale hosted by Natasha Lyonne.
In a long career onstage (including Broadway), in movies and on television, he ranged across genres, from sketch comedy to science fiction.
Thanks to Beyoncé, Ralph Lauren and hit shows like “All American: Homecoming,” depictions of Black campus life have moved from “A Different World” to center stage.
A master of the synthesizer, he won an Oscar for that film’s score, and his memorable theme song became a No. 1 pop hit.
The late-night hosts had plenty to weigh in on this week, including the midterm primary elections and the racist attack in Buffalo, N.Y. Here's what they had to say.
‘Pistol,’ a new mini-series directed by Danny Boyle, is based on a memoir by the punk band’s guitarist and founder, Steve Jones.
After a three-year wait, the new season of Netflix’s sci-fi series is more ambitious (and longer) than ever. The creators say it’s all part of the plan.
“Dubya and I had so many good times together back at the old ‘Colbert Report,’” he said. “I made so much fun of him, and he gave me so many reasons to do that.”
Our TV critic recommends checking out a filmed production of Shakespeare in the Park, a George Carlin documentary and a terrific historical drama.
The director made his first animated short for the new season of this Netflix anthology. “It was an incredibly freeing, eye-opening, mind-expanding way to interface with a story,” he said.
“Hopefully, he’ll learn his lesson: Next time you get invited to a cocaine orgy, just go,” Meyers joked.
A new series on AMC+ remakes a fan-favorite 1960s Cold War thriller, with a “Peaky Blinders” star in the role Caine made famous.
Marty Callner made the first modern special, setting the template still in use. (He was also key to hair-metal videos. But that’s another story.)
Christian Cooper’s encounter in Central Park with a white woman who called 911 to falsely accuse him of threatening her spurred a national outcry. Now he is hosting a birding series for National Geographic.
As Charlene Darling, a member of the musical Darling family, she appeared in five episodes, beginning with one in which her character became smitten with Mr. Griffith’s.
For his first TV lead, the actor plays Mickey Haller, who lawyers from the back seat of his car. It’s a tricky job when your native language isn’t English.
It was a rare moment in a country where broadcasters generally follow the Kremlin’s talking points about the war.
The “Palm Springs” actor talks about playing the object of adoration in her HBO Max series, “Made for Love,” and a few of the things she obsesses over herself.
Lionsgate Newark will include six large soundstages. It’s being built on the site of one of New Jersey’s first public housing projects.
“When a cable news host opens his show with a red-faced rant about white people being replaced, that’s considered a typical episode of that show — routine and typical,” Meyers said.
Jimmy and Kim prepare for “D-Day,” Howard tries to make peace, and Lalo has some questions.
Symone Sanders talks about her pivot from working at the White House to covering it on her new cable show.
In the three years since the television industry’s biggest companies pitched their shows to advertisers in person at the so-called upfronts, the entertainment industry has been flipped on its head.
A recording of a Public Theater Shakespeare show airs on PBS. And a documentary about George Carlin debuts on HBO.
This Canadian star of the HBO dark comedy came up as a committed stage actor, but television gave her an opportunity for a different kind of performance.
La actriz comenzó como una estrella independiente y nunca esperó convertirse en una pieza clave de Marvel como Wanda Maximoff. Pero ahora está tan metida en el papel que está abierta a protagonizar una película en solitario.
In an episode hosted by Selena Gomez, “Saturday Night Live” tried to distract itself from a dire news week with a celebrity lawsuit and whoopee cushions.
Moonbug produce los programas de video más populares del mundo para los espectadores más jóvenes. Los padres saben que resistirse es inútil.
He was the last managing editor of The New York Herald Tribune. When that newspaper folded, he went on to top jobs with NBC and ABC News.
The “Homeland” star returns as another headstrong force of nature in a Victorian monster story from Apple TV+.
A versatile actor, he was best known throughout his long career for playing tough, resilient characters. But he also had a subtle side.
The late-night hosts had plenty of news to riff on this week, including Elon Musk’s potential Twitter takeover, an abortion-rights bill failing in the Senate, and North Korea reporting its first Covid outbreak.
The adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel explores a complex web of relationships. Figuring out how to bring them to life was just as knotty.
In 1961, she played a vixenish fortune hunter. In 1998, she played the character’s mother. In between, she kept busy on TV and also wrote novels.
Announcing the games in prime time, the N.F.L. continued a trend of turning off-season events, including the draft and the scouting combine, into spectacles.
HBO’s new adaptation of the best-selling sci-fi romance comes from a “Sherlock” creator and “Doctor Who” mainstay.
A co-founder of the Naked Angels troupe in New York, he was a familiar face in Off Broadway theater, in movies and on TV, often playing tough guys with tormented souls.
“Chuck Schumer said he called for the vote so we would know where Republicans stand. Turns out, they’re standing in the year 1865,” Kimmel said.
Nearly 14 years after his death, his provocative humor has been embraced by people across the political spectrum. What happens when comedy outlasts the era it was made for?
A new YouTube reality series, inspired by the ABC franchise, offers willing young singles the chance at a fairy tale ending.
Corden joked that “banning Trump is like the one good thing Twitter has done in like a decade.”
An Israeli spy series on Apple TV+ has all the cliffhangers you could ever need.
The ‘Little House on the Prairie’ star, who has a new memoir out, and her husband, the actor and director, collaborated happily on their Sullivan County retreat. Just don’t ask about the pleather recliner.
The ‘Little House on the Prairie’ star her husband collaborated happily on their Sullivan County retreat. Just don’t ask about the pleather recliner.
Kimmel weighed in on a former defense secretary’s allegations about the president wanting paratroopers to fire on demonstrators outside the White House.
Kim loses sleep. Howard and Jimmy mix it up. Lalo resurfaces abroad.
Planned long before the streamer hit a rough patch, the expansive event had the feel of the end of an era. Still, there were plenty of stellar shows.
This faithful Netflix adaptation of a popular webcomic and graphic novel tells a heartwarming boy-meets-boy tale through live action and animation.
The actress started as an indie darling and never expected to become a Marvel linchpin as Wanda Maximoff. But she’s now so invested in the role, she’s open to a solo film.
Ahead of this week’s final round, a writer and photographer went backstage for this state-versus-state competition based on Eurovision. The singers get it. Does America?
The third season of a dark comedy with Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard begins on FX, and HBO debuts a new adaptation of a best-selling novel.
Mr. Gatwa, a star of the Netflix series “Sex Education,” will be the first Black man to play the lead character in the enduring BBC science fiction franchise.
On an episode hosted by Benedict Cumberbatch, “Saturday Night Live” contemplated the possibility that the Supreme Court could overturn Roe v. Wade.
The former child star of the original television series was dropped as director of a reboot after allegations of “inappropriate conduct,” 20th Television said.
The “Picard” crew tries to find its way home.
Noah blamed inflation on “the pandemic, supply chain issues and a Russian man who clearly wasn’t hugged enough as a child.”
The actor said his dismissal from “The Fall of the House of Usher” followed a love scene in which the actress playing his wife accused him of touching her leg.
Looking for something to watch? How about a show that is like “The Great British Baking Show,” but for woodworking?
Titus Welliver returns as the old-school detective Harry Bosch on Amazon’s Freevee, though he never really went away.
Chris Licht, the new head of CNN global, told employees on Thursday that he planned to experiment at the crucial prime-time hour this summer.
Moonbug fine-tunes the world’s most popular video programs for the youngest of viewers. Parents already know that resistance is futile.
“Do all these pundits whining about the leak really think this is what will shatter the integrity of the court?” Meyers said of the disclosure of a draft ruling from the Supreme Court overturning abortion rights.
Benedict Cumberbatch returns for some more mystic Marvel mumbo-jumbo, though Sam Raimi manages to inject a sense of horror every now and then.
Thousands gathered in Chicago to celebrate the beloved sitcom, whose fan base has only expanded since its original run and made the Girls into L.G.B.T.Q. icons.
The nominees are to be announced on Monday, and the awards ceremony is to take place on June 12.
“Congratulations, ladies, your decisions are being made by four dudes and a woman who thinks ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ is a rom-com,” Colbert said.
“You have to grovel and debase yourself to earn the endorsement of a guy who can’t even remember your name,” Meyers said.
Gus sweats life in red-alert mode while Jimmy goes on a joyride.
The sitcom, about an interfaith marriage, drew criticism from Jewish groups and was canceled after one season. He fared better onstage than in television.
Looking for something new to watch? Here’s a roundup of the most promising titles coming to most major U.S. streaming services (except Netflix) this month.
Here are the most promising new and returning titles for U.S. subscribers this month, including a new season of “Stranger Things.”
Netflix introduces a post-truth game show, for an era when seeming right sometimes trumps being right.
He wasn’t necessarily looking for another “Star Wars” or “X-Men” experience, but Isaac, the versatile screen heartthrob, has found satisfaction with this unconventional Marvel superhero.
A documentary about college admissions airs on PBS, and Sheryl Crow tells her story in a new Showtime documentary.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi says “The Choice” tells the truth about his rise. Critics say it’s a rewriting of recent history from an industry increasingly cowed under his rule.
A ton of movies and TV shows are disappearing for U.S. Netflix subscribers next month. These are the ones worth catching before they’re gone.
An intrepid young Jewish woman gets cozy with the enemy in a PBS drama that explores a little-known corner of British history.
La estrella habla de su papel en “Gaslit” con Sean Penn, de su regreso a las comedias románticas después de 20 años y revela algo sobre su icónica sonrisa.
In the penultimate episode of this season, anything the crew needs from the plot to move forward, it gets.
The “Saturday Night Live” veteran’s new sitcom draws on her experience of childhood cancer and her obsession with home shopping TV.
Corden made an emotional address on Thursday night, saying he never wanted to overstay his welcome.
The British-born host, who was a successful actor and comedian before joining the network’s late-night lineup, has been signaling for some time that he was considering leaving.
Stanley Tucci heads back to Italy, and a gorgeous half-hour drama returns with even more time loops.
The “Saturday Night Live” alum Vanessa Bayer stars in a Showtime comedy about illness, lies and home shopping.
The relationship between characters and their Afro-textured hair has become a focus of directors and stylists, who are mindful of Hollywood’s restrictive past.
The remake of the French show “Call My Agent!” is far more preoccupied with American influences and unspoken emotion than the original.
“Call My Agent!,” set at a Parisian talent agency, was a cult favorite during the pandemic. But the English-language adaptation will be on Sundance Now and AMC+.
“They will delete your account if you use the platform as a ‘tool for a crime or any unlawful activity,’ like, I don’t know, starting a riot at the Capitol maybe?” Kimmel said.
A new FX mini-series adapts the investigative book by Jon Krakauer. He and the creator, Dustin Lance Black, talked about their efforts to get at the truth.
Robin Thede and her castmates bring a light, joyful touch and a comedy-nerd sensibility to this HBO series that often, delightfully, descends into the absurd.
Charter will distribute TV streaming devices based on Comcast’s technology as both try to stay competitive with companies like Roku and Amazon.
There’s one surefire way of controlling costs while increasing quality.
Noah joked that he just “really wants to see” the former president’s Wordle scores.
A surreal new series by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch tells eight separate tales about women, including one who is mansplained to by an aggressive duck.
The creator of the sci-fi thriller drew on Kurt Vonnegut, “Black Mirror” and a ’90s restaurant commercial to build the show’s disquieting sets and nightmare logic.
The TV show “Barrack O’Karma 1968” fueled debate online. To many Filipinos, it was about racism and classism. Other viewers jumped to the actress’s defense.
Trevor Noah joked that owning Twitter would give Musk “more power than the drugstore employee with the key to the deodorant shelf.”
The bittersweet FX comedy wrapped up on Monday with a final encapsulation of its motto, Adlon said: “Life is funny, and we can’t stop living because things are awful.”
Nacho plays a tough hand while Kim inches ever closer to the dark side.
“We Own This City,” from an executive producer of “The Wire,” premieres on HBO, and N.F.L. teams select new players in a multiday draft.
This postseason, the only reminders of the Lakers’ luster appear on a fictionalized cable series and streaming documentaries. Perhaps, our columnist writes, divine intervention would help.
His role as Barbara Walters’s on-air partner lasted only two years, but viewers knew him for three decades as a correspondent, anchor and TV host.
David Simon returns to a familiar beat for HBO, updating if not improving on an old critique.
In a horror comedy from HBO, a woman who never wanted a baby finds herself stuck with a little killer.
Starring Julia Roberts and Sean Penn, the Starz limited series focuses on Martha Mitchell, whose life was ruined by the scandal.
This week, the late-night hosts condemned Florida’s ban on math textbooks with “prohibited topics” and celebrated 4/20. Here's what they had to say.
A promo for an upcoming Fox show describes a testosterone “calamity” among American men, along with an unlikely treatment.
I’m a critic-at-large on the Culture desk. Here are five things I've been watching, reading and listening to.
The late-night hosts had their hands full this week with news about President Trump endorsing Dr. Mehmet Oz in his Senate race and Elon Musk’s push to buy Twitter.
Political figures from the past were in the news this week, and the late-night hosts didn’t miss their chance to make some digs.
The week started out with a bang — well, a slap — at the Oscars. The late-night hosts had plenty to say about that and about news revolving around former President Donald Trump.
“Finally, network has a good understanding of the millennial way. Networks 10 years ago were like: “What the hell are you guys talking about? You sound crazy.’”
Russia's invasion of Ukraine was top of mind for the late-night hosts this week, but they also discussed Tom Brady and St. Patrick's Day.
The late-night hosts devoted this week to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and its wider effects, including skyrocketing gas prices in the United States. Here’s what they had to say.
For most of the week, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine was top of mind for the late-night hosts. Here's what they had to say.
This week, the late-night hosts riffed on Valentine's Day, Donald Trump's financial troubles and more.
This week, among other things, the late-night hosts riffed on Tom Brady’s retirement from the N.F.L. and Rudy Giuliani’s reported “Masked Singer” appearance.
The late-night hosts had plenty of topics to discuss, including the retirement of Stephen Breyer and Minnie Mouse’s new look.
The investigation into the Trump family business gave the late-night hosts plenty to talk about, as did President Biden marking one year in office. Here's what they had to say.
There was plenty of fodder for the late-night hosts this week, including Senator Ted Cruz's Fox News appearance and new research that suggests cannabis compounds could prevent Covid-19.
Selections from the current Weekend section, including a review of the new HBO comedy starring Bridget Everett, “Somebody Somewhere.”
The late-night hosts returned from the holiday break to plenty of news. Here’s what they had to say.
I’m a senior staff editor on The Times’s Culture desk in London. Here are five things I've been watching, reading and listening to.
It was the last week of late-night shows for 2021, and the hosts spent much of it riffing on the House committee’s investigation into the Capitol riot. Here's what they had to say.
Here's what the late-night hosts had to say about the Christmas tree fire in front of Fox News, and President Biden and President Putin’s Zoom call.
The late-night hosts spent most of the week talking about Omicron, the new Covid-19 variant. Here's what they had to say.
This week, the late-night hosts had lots to riff on, including Stephen Bannon turning himself in and the QAnon Shaman’s prison sentence. Here's what they had to say.
Selections from the current Weekend section, including a review of “Passing.”
The late-night hosts had plenty to talk about this week, including the U.N. climate summit, President Biden’s visit with the pope and Democrats’ stinging election results.
This week, the late-night hosts riffed on news coming out of Washington and Silicon Valley, including President Biden’s Build Back Better bill, the fallout at Facebook and the proposed billionaire tax.
This week, the late-night hosts riffed on news about vaccine boosters, the American labor market, Facebook’s name change and Donald Trump’s new social network. Here’s what they had to say.
The late-night hosts book-ended the week with Trump news, took digs at Moderna and joked about William Shatner’s trip to space.
Selections from the current Weekend section, including a review of “Succession.”
This week, the late-night hosts were mostly consumed with Facebook disasters, including the whistle-blower hearing. They also took a moment to “celebrate” Congress raising the debt ceiling.
I’m a deputy editor and art director on the Culture desk. Here are five things I've been watching and reading.
For Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re celebrating the lives of a handful of people who were instrumental in increasing the representation of Hispanic and Latino Americans.
A roundup of highlights from the current Weekend section, including the review of "The Many Saints of Newark."
“I’m not a capitalist. So I see the wealthy all finally getting hoisted by their own petard.”
This week, seven late-night hosts took part in Climate Night. Otherwise, they focused on news about BTS, the Pfizer vaccine and Donald Trump suing his niece.
Broadway is back and so too are the Tony Awards. Here’s more on the ceremony and other recommendations for the weekend.
This week, the late-night hosts took a moment to remember Norm Macdonald, and they riffed on the results of the California recall election and the unique SpaceX crew.
And don’t forget “FBI.” Test your network TV knowledge in this quiz about the new fall season.
The late-night hosts returned from their Labor Day break to vent about skyrocketing Covid-19 cases, ivermectin and Texas.
Pandemic news (and pumpkin spice lattes) kept the late-night hosts busy this week. Here’s what they had to say.
The late-night hosts had plenty to talk about this week. Much of it was very serious — including the news out of Afghanistan and announcements about coronavirus booster shots — but they still managed to be funny.
The late-night hosts returned this week to news that Andrew Cuomo was stepping down as New York’s governor, Covid-19 cases were surging and Rudy Giuliani joined Cameo. Here's what they had to say.
The late-night hosts had no shortage of topics to riff on this week including the Summer Olympics and Jeff Bezos’s trip to space.
After a two-week break, the late-night hosts returned with plenty to talk about.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which overturned Mr. Cosby’s sexual assault conviction, explained why the actor should not have been charged in the case. Read the opinion.