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Creators Say iZombie Is Going in a New Direction This Season

At the show’s panel yesterday, creators Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright sketched out the main arc Season 3—and things’ll be switching up a bit. The post Creators Say iZombie Is … Continue Reading →


Watching: What to Watch This Weekend: ‘BoJack Horseman’ and ‘Looking: The Movie’

From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the next few days.


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Steven Universe Turned Its Panel Into A Glorious Concert

There’s at least one song in nearly every episode of Rebecca Sugar’s Cartoon Network show, so she led the cast and crew as a band. The post Steven Universe Turned … Continue Reading →


With Roger Ailes Out, Will Fox News’s Influence on Politics Change?

In its 20 years, the network has provided a path for Republican politicians and candidates to raise issues, set agendas and shape opinions.


Feature: The World According to ‘BoJack Horseman’

The show’s creators have turned the travails of an anthropomorphic horse into a hilarious meditation on a peculiarly modern kind of unhappiness.


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The Silicon Valley Cast Doesn’t Do Panels—They Do Improv

Most Comic-Con panels are just cast and crew answering questions. But for the team behind HBO’s Silicon Valley-skewering show, it’s a comedy routine. The post The Silicon Valley Cast Doesn’t … Continue Reading →


Jon Stewart, Back on ‘Late Show,’ Lets Loose on Fox News and More

Jon Stewart appeared on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” delivering a 10-minute monologue on the state of politics.


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Watch These Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Defenders Teasers Now

Marvel’s television panel led with Mike Colter’s Luke Cage, but it also teased the upcoming expansion of the Netflix street-level universe. The post Watch These Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and … Continue Reading →


Accused of Sexual Harassment, Roger Ailes Is Negotiating Exit From Fox

The company has been investigating accusations of sexual harassment in a lawsuit filed against him.


Garry Marshall, ‘Pretty Woman’ Director, Dies at 81

Mr. Marshall’s work in TV and movies fattened the archive of romantic, family and buddy comedies and found a sweet spot in the middle of the mainstream.


Garry Marshall, ‘Pretty Woman’ Director and Comedy Mastermind, Dies at 81

Mr. Marshall’s work in network TV and Hollywood movies fattened the archive of romantic, family and buddy comedies and consistently found the sweet spot in the middle of the mainstream.


Roger Ailes Is Negotiating His Departure as Chairman of Fox News

The company has been investigating accusations of sexual harassment in a lawsuit filed against him.


Not Even Plácido Domingo Can Say No to ‘Mozart in the Jungle’

Mr. Domingo is the latest classical star to shoot a cameo for the Amazon show at a time when TV opportunities for artists have dried up.


Roger Ailes and 21st Century Fox Said to Be Negotiating His Departure

The company has been investigating allegations of sexual harassment accusations against him.


Jon Stewart Returns on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’

Another beloved character appeared with Mr. Stewart: “Stephen Colbert,” the fictional conservative persona who hosted “The Colbert Report.”


‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 to Debut Later

HBO added that this popular drama’s 2017 season will contain seven episodes, three fewer than previous years.


Live, From Cleveland! Late-Night Comics Stake Their Turf at Conventions

Late-night TV satirists are setting up shop in Cleveland and Philadelphia at the G.O.P. and Democratic conventions.


The Conventions Are a Stage for Candidates, and for Late-Night Comedians

Late-night TV satirists are setting up shop in Cleveland and Philadelphia at the G.O.P. and Democratic conventions.


Snapshot: Rob Corddry on ‘Ballers’ and the End of ‘Childrens Hospital’

Mr. Corddry talks about completing his Adult Swim medical parody, preparing to slap Dwayne Johnson and being middle-aged in Miami.


Watching: What You Should Watch This Weekend: ‘Mustang’ and Good Background Shows

From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the next few days.


Winona Ryder, an Emblem of ’90s Cool, Grows Up

The actress, who is in the new Netflix series “Stranger Things,” has taken her time returning to the spotlight after her youthful stardom and public fall.


Emmy Nominations 2016: Tracy Morgan on His Emotional Return to ‘Saturday Night Live’

Two years after his accident, Mr. Morgan reflects on returning to television and his Emmy nomination.


Emmy Nominations 2016: ‘Game of Thrones’ Rules Again

The HBO drama received 23 nominations. FX’s “The People v. O.J. Simpson” and “Fargo,” were the second and third-most nominated shows.


Emmy Nominations 2016: ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘The Americans’ Net Multiple Nods

Nominations for the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards were announced on Thursday.


What it Took to Win “America’s Greatest Makers”

Anubha Sacheti talks to us about her experiences on America’s Greatest Makers, working in a makerspace, and creating Grush. Read more on MAKE The post What it Took to Win … Continue Reading →


Emmy Nominations 2016: Will ‘Game of Thrones’ Rule Again?

Lauren Graham and Anthony Anderson will announce this year’s nominees on Thursday starting at 11:30 a.m Eastern. Here is a cheat sheet for what’s at stake.


Battle of the Network Stars: Trump vs. Clinton

The Republican and Democratic conventions will have an unusual job: rebooting two series we’ve been watching for decades.


ABC relaunches its streaming service with expanded lineup, digital originals

 ABC this morning has relaunched its streaming service in an effort to better target cord cutters, with an expanded lineup of shows, including dozens of “throwback” series as well as … Continue Reading →


State of the Art: Live Streaming Breaks Through, and Cable News Has Much to Fear

The Philando Castile shooting and its aftermath have catapulted services like Facebook Live and Periscope into the center of the news, challenging cable to adapt.


The Night Of: ‘The Night Of’ Series Premiere: Fate at the Wheel

A breathtaking series of outrageously misguided decisions are recounted and defended in equally great lengths.


Watching: What You Should Watch This Weekend: ‘The Night Of’ and ‘The Circus’

From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the next few days.


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Comcast’s Netflix Deal Could Open a New Front in Net Neutrality War

You can now use Netflix with Comcast’s TV service. And that could make the set-top box the next front in the battle to keep the Internet truly neutral. The post … Continue Reading →


Critic's Notebook: A Killing. A Pointed Gun. And Two Black Lives, Witnessing.

A live stream on Facebook takes us into a car where a fatal police shooting occurred, emphasizing the gulf between virtual and physical presence.


Bill Cosby’s Challenge to Criminal Case Fails

A Pennsylvania judge ruled that the entertainer was not entitled to confront his accuser in a preliminary court hearing this spring.


Review: ‘The Night Of’ Takes a Cab Ride to Hell

HBO’s limited series is a detailed procedural, but one in the spirit of true-crime stories like “Serial,” about the challenge of serving justice.


BET Play is Viacom’s new $4 per month streaming service, arriving today outside the U.S.

 A new streaming service from Viacom is hitting the international market today: BET Play, a video-on-demand application aimed at an adult audience, offering access to programming from the entertainment-focused BET … Continue Reading →