The filmmaker Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who attracted some social media scrutiny after his appearance in Peter Jackson’s “Get Back,” finds peace in New York’s Hudson Valley.
Maybelle Blair is still dedicated to including women and girls in baseball. And she still loves the “clicketyclack” sound of baseball cleats on her feet.
Sixty years after the execution of Adolf Eichmann, the logistics chief of the Holocaust, an Israeli documentary airs his confessions in his own voice.
The 32-year-old plays an imprisoned drug dealer facing an unusual choice in the Apple TV+ series, written by Dennis Lehane.
Eduardo Franco, who joined the Netflix hit this season, has carved out a role as the show’s addled but reliably hilarious tension-release valve.
There is something truly American about hopefully dragging your old stuff to a TV production set.
Long Hollywood’s leading innovator, the streaming service is staying the course, despite serious challenges to its business and questions about its content.
“Dancing With Myself,” on NBC, shows the deep influence of the dance challenge on popular culture, even as its hold on TikTok has loosened.
The “Thor: Love and Thunder” director can’t say no — to starring in “Our Flag Means Death,” making a soccer movie, writing a “Star Wars” idea, adapting Roald Dahl. For starters.
The actress, who grew up in the public eye, finally finds the role she’s been looking for.
Major reboots and revivals are falling short in the writing as they try to diversify and expand their L.G.B.T.Q. worlds. It doesn’t have to be that way.
We must dismantle the grandfathered-in systemic advantages that male athletes and male-dominated sports infrastructures continue to enjoy.
A jury in California sided with Judy Huth, who accused Mr. Cosby of molesting her at the Playboy Mansion in 1975, when she was 16.
A former campaign strategist, he became a fixture in American political journalism and punditry and was seen on “PBS NewsHour” for 33 years.
CBS said the group was part of a production team recording interviews at the Capitol building for a comedy segment on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”
The actress, known for playing Princess Anne in “The Crown,” embodies a working class con woman in a new limited series on Amazon Prime Video.
The two award-winning actors had never worked together before this brooding FX thriller came along. Who knew the journey would become so existential?
A Baltimore photographer considers the HBO drama’s impact on the city where he was raised, 20 years after the show’s debut.
AMC’s new thriller “Dark Winds” represents several firsts for the Indigenous actor, who has built a long career playing roles of quiet intensity.
The number, which will grow as the count adds more networks, is in the ballpark of big television events like a “Sunday Night Football” game.
The first night of the Jan. 6 hearings was serious public service, but it told an engrossing story with the tools of a limited series drama.
Cast members look back at some of the HBO drama’s most pivotal moments 20 years after its premiere.
Born in what is now North Korea, he was known for his cheeky grin and folksy wisecracks as the host of South Korea’s weekly “National Singing Contest” for more than three decades.
Even if they drag a few million American eyeballs away from their streaming platforms for a night or two, the hearings could well be a dud.
Its sister network, the lower-rated Fox Business, will carry live coverage, while star prime-time hosts like Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity will proceed as usual.
This Disney+ series, about a teenage Muslim superhero, represents the first screen role for its 19-year-old star, Iman Vellani.
Starr, who plays the cruel superhero Homelander on the Amazon Prime Video series “The Boys,” returns to TV after his conviction in an assault in Spain earlier this year.
After 20 years, the classic drama is much praised and rarely imitated. For a series based on the idea that institutions don’t change, that’s fitting.
And heartbreak and lions and infinite hallways.
David Simon and Ed Burns discuss the legacy of their seminal crime drama, and why the systemic decay it depicted has become only more profound.
“Pistol,” about the Sex Pistols, and “Angelyne,” about a sex icon, find the reality in pop-culture fakery.
The dominance of Netflix and Disney in streaming has forced many companies to join forces. So far, Paramount has gone its own way.
The Netflix executive says he — and the company he helped build — will survive a bout of bad earnings numbers.
Patrick Poivre d’Arvor, known as a great seducer, has been accused by more than 20 women of rape, sexual assault and harassment in France’s belated #MeToo reckoning.
Some homeowners said they were promised a dream house if a crew remade their homes for TV. The lawsuits they filed later told a different story.
The host had apologized after reports of misconduct at the “Ellen” workplace, but it wasn’t enough to undo a ratings crash. She makes her exit from daytime TV after a 19-year run.
The acclaimed Danish series is back for a fourth season, which focuses on a geopolitical crisis brewing in Greenland.
British prosecutors said that they had authorized criminal charges against Mr. Spacey, 62, for four counts of sexual assault. He cannot be formally charged unless he enters England or Wales.
The “Lovecraft Country” star has faced setbacks but emerged with new projects, including the Netflix movie “Spiderhead.”
As the head of Capital Cities Communications, he engineered the acquisition of the TV giant. He later sold the company to Disney, at a huge profit.
Loren Bouchard’s accidental career as a comedy mogul has now brought his TV family to the big screen.
A new documentary explains the undersung Canadian troupe’s brilliance, and a new season of its sketch show confirms it.
TV’s spike-haired rhapsodist of roadside eats is still playing it for laughs. But he’s also winning food-world respect as a sort of graying eminence.
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.
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.
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.
Lionsgate Newark will include six large soundstages. It’s being built on the site of one of New Jersey’s first public housing projects.
Symone Sanders talks about her pivot from working at the White House to covering it on her new cable show.