Secretos, traiciones, alianzas y miles de millones de dólares en juego. Ponte al día con lo que pasó en la temporada 2 de la serie antes de ver los capítulos más recientes.
Secretos, traiciones, alianzas y miles de millones de dólares en juego. Ponte al día con lo que pasó en la temporada 2 de la serie antes de ver los capítulos más recientes.
Sudeikis, the “Ted Lasso” star and “S.N.L.” alum, revisited some of the characters and sketch formats he popularized as a cast member on the show.
A warrior princess, an enchanted family and a kinkajou musician are changing how Latino stories are told — at least in animation.
Safety protocols for firearms on set are well established and straight forward, and injuries of any kind are rare.
His first big break came as Tom Hanks’s co-star on the TV comedy “Bosom Buddies” in the early 1980s. He also worked on the stage, occasionally on Broadway.
Streaming giants like Netflix and NBCUniversal are turning New Mexico into one of the country’s most coveted production hubs.
She was cast in “Black Panther” at 90, not long after she began acting professionally. “As soon as we saw her,” the movie’s casting director said, “we wanted her.”
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.
Accidents on sets have resulted in numerous deaths and injuries over the years, some bringing about lawsuits or changes in safety guidelines.
On the heels of America’s longest war, a new PBS documentary series sits down with nearly 50 veterans in hopes of helping to bridge a growing gap.
Noah did an impression of Trump posting on his new social media site: “OK, I shared my truth, now I dare you to hang Mike Pence.”
“Locke and Key” returns for its second season and “Insecure” comes back for its final season.
What does the appeal of this violent, dystopian fantasy say about us?
As a young girl, I emulated characters from shows like “Saved by the Bell” to act American. If only “Never Have I Ever” and“Ramy” had been around back then.
Stephen Colbert proposed names like “Aunt Brenda’s Three-Paragraph Rant-a-torium” or “Best Fun Times America Website.”
“The Daily Show” host joked that jobs are “how Americans prove that they deserve health care.”
The company has 222 million customers, with 67 million in the U.S., and expects to add 8.5 million subscribers in the December quarter.
In an interview, the singer and actor discusses her new ABC musical drama, her biggest rap inspirations and the possibility of a “Moesha” reunion.
She played Deputy Barney Fife’s girlfriend on the long-running sitcom and was remembered by fans with fondness more than 50 years later.
Ryan shared the inspiration for her character’s back story and how she mastered the bassoon (sort of). Major spoilers from the season finale ahead.
“I’m warning you, Steele. If this turns out to be a false report again, ‘urine’ trouble,’” Colbert said.
The actress pokes fun at her mother.
In an interview, the star of the Netflix phenomenon discusses the message of the series and possibilities for a Season 2.
Season 11 of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” begins on HBO. And a new musical drama series debuts on ABC.
In the Season 3 premiere, the Roys and their surrogates hustled to secure allies in the coming fight between father and son.
An episode hosted by Rami Malek also featured appearances from his “No Time to Die” co-star Daniel Craig.
The tentative agreement came hours before a strike deadline and avoids a production shutdown at TV and movie studios already scrambling to make up for time lost in the pandemic.
Más allá de los memes, el fenómeno surcoreano de Netflix no muestra ni cuenta nada que no sepas ya. Pero es bastante sangriento.
If this Halloween season’s brand-name horror retreads leave you cold, here are some frightening alternatives.
In Netflix’s “The Closer,” he returns to views about transgender people that drew anger in his last special. With his popularity partly built on courting outrage, it’s no surprise he’s doubling down.
The late-night hosts book-ended the week with Trump news, took digs at Moderna and joked about William Shatner’s trip to space.
In a town-hall-style meeting on Friday, Ted Sarandos, a co-chief executive of Netflix, faced criticism from staff over Mr. Chappelle’s “The Closer.”
Two years have passed since Season 2 ended, and the alliances and schemes were as layered as an insult from Roman Roy. Here’s a quick catch-up guide.
The show, which ends this season, depicted its characters as authentically flawed. “True representation is the ability to show your vulnerability,” said the co-creator and star Issa Rae.
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.
Paulina Alexis, an Indigenous Canadian actress, also appears in the next “Ghostbusters” movie.
The former “Gossip Girl” star returns in the third season of the Netflix thriller “You.”
Selections from the current Weekend section, including a review of “Succession.”
This week, Donald Trump said Republicans should not be voting in the 2022 or 2024 elections. “Wow, he’s been out of office so long, he’s forgotten how threats work,” Seth Meyers said.
The suit was filed under a change in New Jersey law that extended the deadline to sue in cases involving allegations of sexual assault.
Our critic recommends the new season of the Netflix stalker soap “You” and a chilled-out painting show.
Lisa Byington, the league’s first full-time female play-by-play broadcaster, with the Milwaukee Bucks, said she’s proud but hopes the novelty has a short shelf life.
Meyers took Tucker Carlson to task for not “being certain” while reporting falsehoods.
Based on the book by Beth Macy, the new Hulu series roams the hills of Appalachia and the boardrooms of Purdue Pharma to tell a story of greed and suffering.
The series’ longtime viewers said they were excited to see the man who played Captain Kirk make science fiction seem a bit more real.
“Imagine only making one thing and billions of people want it,” Jimmy Kimmel said. “This must be how the Baha Men felt after recording ‘Who Let the Dogs Out.’”
“At the very least, I feel vindicated,” the employee, Terra Field, wrote on Twitter.
The “S.N.L.” star steps into a role originated by Lily Tomlin, and Claudia Rankine’s “Help” gets its pandemic-delayed world premiere in the new Shed season.
A Hulu mini-series traces the story of OxyContin from the offices of Purdue Pharma to the examining room of an Appalachian doctor (played by Michael Keaton).
The actor spends most of Tuesday’s episode in tears or hysterics as the show recreates Monica Lewinsky’s detainment by the F.B.I. “I don’t know if I’ll ever get over it,” Feldstein said.
The host said that seeing the former president speak was like “watching an open-mic night at the senior center.”
The computer science Ph.D. student had the second-longest winning streak in the history of the game show.
Netflix said in a statement that the transgender employee, Terra Field, was not suspended because of the tweets critical of Mr. Chappelle’s show.
Beyond the memes, Netflix’s South Korean phenomenon doesn’t show or tell you anything you don’t already know. But it sure is bloody.
Alex Trebek projected impartiality. Bialik has questioned vaccines, endorsed a disputed brain supplement and weighed in on hot-button issues.
The gay filmmaker Don Mancini introduced the killer doll in 1988, and as the “Child’s Play” franchise has evolved, so has its queer sensibility.
A new series from Ava DuVernay debuts on NBC. And the third season of “Succession” begins on HBO.
Kardashian West hosted an episode featuring the musical guest Halsey and a parade of celebrity cameos that included John Cena, Chris Rock and Amy Schumer.
The main event will likely happen sometime after 11 p.m. Eastern.
The actress, 50, who has Stage 4 cancer, said she posted the photos to help raise awareness about breast cancer prevention.
Behind the painstaking creation of the Balenciaga-Simpsons episode that took nearly a year to make.
She was a familiar, sometimes meddling, presence on a hit ’90s sitcom about a pair of newlyweds. Earlier she won acclaim as Wallis Simpson, who inspired a king to abdicate.
The comic has a publishing imprint, TV deals, even a primer on leadership she wrote after noting the absence of Black women’s perspectives in business books.
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.
“So far, I’ve only read the title page, and it seems to be about how the former president and his allies pressured D.O.J. to overturn the 2020 election,” Stephen Colbert said on Thursday.
Our critic recommends “Ted Lasso,” which wraps its second season on Friday. Or, take a trip to outer space.
La golosina surcoreana, estampada con figuras que los niños intentan desprender sin romper el frágil caramelo, vive un resurgimiento.
“It’s the kind of week you normally post about on Facebook,” Meyers said on Wednesday night.
I’m a deputy editor and art director on the Culture desk. Here are five things I've been watching and reading.
Titles leaving U.S. Netflix this month include a cult comedy hit, a hilarious game show and solid offerings from Steven Spielberg and Oliver Stone.
Here are six series and films you can stream that share the Netflix hit’s dystopian themes and social commentary.
In a new memoir, the showbiz siblings recall their experiences growing up on “The Andy Griffith Show,” “Star Trek” and other Hollywood classics. But they weren’t all happy days.
On the cutthroat HBO comedy-drama, which returns Oct. 17, Braun and his hopelessly unprepared alter ego are thriving.
Colbert joked that the former White House press secretary had titled her Trump tell-all “I Just Recently Grew a Spine.”
The dystopian Netflix hit taps South Korea’s worries about costly housing and scarce jobs, concerns familiar to its U.S. and international viewers.
Interest in the South Korean treat has spiked since the debut of the Netflix drama “Squid Game.”
Far more than just an announcer, he contributed all sorts of outlandish, incongruous comic bits to “Late Show With David Letterman.”
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.
The actor is facing disorderly conduct charges related to accusations of lying to the police about a hate crime they say he staged.
Early entries in the genre were more like novelties. Today, they’re encyclopedic examinations of the universe of a show, movie or game — with recipes.
“As the panic grew, Facebook did not say what might be causing the outage. Now, I’m no computer expert, but my theory is a just god?” Colbert joked.
Our picks for October, including ‘Colin in Black & White,’ ‘Poltergeist’ and ‘Diana: The Musical’
Her role on Showtime’s “L Word” reboot offers a rare depiction of intimacy among disabled people. “There’s not one specific way to be queer,” she said.
Actors in the prequel had to put their stamp on favorite characters from the original series, whether they had watched it or not.
“Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It” airs on PBS. And a new sitcom debuts on CBS.
In an interview, the actor talked about his character’s big twist and what it means for the Showtime series and his career.
The walls close in on Bobby as Chuck sharpens his knives. Then an unlikely ally intervenes.
When he landed his first major lead in 25 years, he sobbed. “I’d been down that road so many times, and the number of disappointments I can’t count on 10 hands.”
Set in the Bronx, the new PBS Kids’ show from Sonia Manzano, who played Maria on “Sesame Street,” promotes diversity and critical thinking.
James Austin Johnson, a new cast member, played the president in the cold open. “S.N.L.” also paid tribute to Norm Macdonald, the former Weekend Update anchor, who died last month.
Mr. Robertson, the evangelical leader who started the show in the 1960s to help save the Christian Broadcasting Network, said his son would take over as host of the program.
El drama sobre un programa de actualidad, que reorientó su primera temporada en respuesta al movimiento #MeToo, también tuvo que hacer cambios en la segunda temporada debido al coronavirus.
The Yale Ph.D. student, who is studying computer science, has won 33 games in a row, making him No. 2 on the game show’s hall of fame roster for longest streaks.
A roundup of highlights from the current Weekend section, including the review of "The Many Saints of Newark."
Travel back to the ’90s with a beloved children’s show and one of TV’s greatest comedies.
The host’s biweekly issues-comedy show has good intentions, and sometimes good jokes.
For creators of color, the perceived need to be exemplary can be artistically stultifying. Instead, true freedom may lie in being allowed to be fine — or to fail.
The “Late Show” host broke into song to tell viewers about budget reconciliation and other works of “legislative wonder.”
“Squid Game” just took over the world (and social media). Here are some of the best takes and trivia.
In the movie prequel to “The Sopranos,” Tony returns as a child who learns to navigate his families on a difficult road to mob power.
Onstage, the ex-senator and “S.N.L.” star doesn’t exactly address his fall from grace. But he doesn’t not address it either. Asked if he’ll run again, he is noncommittal.
The hit sitcom, which ended in 1993, is back as play, premiering in Arkansas. But how do its laughs land in our more pointed political landscape?
The French director Julien Leclercq’s action movies are known for their ruthless economy. His new Netflix thriller, “Ganglands,” tests his approach across six episodes.
The show’s new audience is also seeing something different in it: a parable about a country in terminal decline.
“The Problem With Jon Stewart” will examine social issues through the personal stories of those most affected. “It feels more cathartic than just yelling at the screen,” he said.
A new book by a former White House press secretary said that the former president feared late night hosts would poke fun at him if he went under for the medical procedure.
The entertainment industry is still grappling with the digital future.
The ‘S.N.L.’ comedian talked about navigating life with ‘The Four Agreements’ and why “The Town” will always be her favorite movie.
“I’m not a capitalist. So I see the wealthy all finally getting hoisted by their own petard.”
The “Late Show” host celebrated the results of an Arizona audit that confirmed Trump’s 2020 loss.
The streaming part of the ceremony actually did a better job conveying the electricity of being in a theater than the CBS special billed as “Broadway’s Back!”
Other “S.N.L.” veterans including Pete Davidson, Cecily Strong and Kate McKinnon will return to the show, which is adding three new featured players.
A two-part documentary about William Randolph Hearst debuts on PBS. And “SNL” returns to NBC for its 47th season.
Axe closes in on the big investment bucks he needs for his new bank. But don’t light those victory cigars just yet.
This year’s Tony Awards are taking place, live and in-person, starting at 7 p.m. Eastern on Paramount+, followed by a 9 p.m. concert on CBS.
The topical news drama, which reoriented its first season in response to the #MeToo movement, was forced by the pandemic to rewrite Season 2 as well.
Acclaimed for his work on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “The Cosby Show,” he also made a crucial casting decision about “The Golden Girls.”
The stories may be based in reality, but they portray a fictitious world.
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.
This week, Conan O’Brien bid farewell to late night after 28 years. Elsewhere, the hosts riffed on new info about Trump’s pandemic response, the G.O.P. blocking a voting-rights bill and, of course, Matthew Calamari.
Late-night hosts riffed on Marjorie Taylor Greene’s apology and President Biden’s official trip abroad.
These are the American shows that made us laugh (and cringe and think and feel) the most over the past two-plus decades.
Former President Trump’s pants and his new speaking tour with Bill O’Reilly gave the late-night hosts plenty to joke about this week, as did President Biden’s first official trip abroad.
You can only watch so much sports on TV. After all, you need time to watch TV shows about sports, like these five series.
Jimmy Kimmel and Ted Cruz rekindled an old feud, and the late-night hosts riffed on Donald Trump, vaccine reluctance and Brian Kemp's blunder.
The late-night hosts joked about President Biden’s Venmo account, Andrew Giuliani's bid for New York governor, and the G.O.P. effort to downplay the Capitol riot.
The late-night hosts riffed on the Kentucky Derby winner’s failed drug test, Jeff Bezos’ superyacht, the G.O.P. ouster of Liz Cheney and the C.D.C.’s new guidelines on masks.
This week, the late-night hosts had some laughs about an odd photo op of the Bidens and the Carters and Facebook’s Trump ban.
This week, the late-night hosts riffed on President Biden’s congressional address, the Oscars and Rudy Giuliani.
Hosts discussed Earth Day, the Chauvin verdict and the MyPillow guy’s new social media platform.
If your kids have burned through all their usual favorites, here are six more streaming series to check out.
This week, the late-shows hosts took on the Matt Gaetz scandal and Biden's announcement about U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
The investigation into Representative Matt Gaetz, of Florida, was among the biggest news the late-night hosts riffed on this week.
The things that draw readers to the science-fiction novels of Philip K. Dick are the same ones that make them hard to adapt. Here are five projects that captured his strange worlds.
This week, the late-night hosts addressed the ship stuck in the Suez Canal, unruly spring breakers and President Biden’s news conference, as well as the Boulder shooting.
The late-night hosts riffed on Andrew Cuomo, vaccine reluctance and a tense exchange between Biden and Putin.
“The thing that I’ve learned is that there is no ‘them.’”
Oprah Winfrey's interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry was a big topic for the late-night hosts this week. Here's what they had to say.
From 1900s New York to 1950s London to 1980s Boston, here are five streaming series where the world of medicine is all too real.
Here's what the late-night hosts had to say about the Golden Globes, Andrew Cuomo, the stimulus bill and more.