Fox News is inspiring its audience to hasten out to their polling places, even as CNN and MSNBC continue to put one smug commentator after another on-camera predicting a Democratic landslide.
Streaming on Amazon Prime starting Friday, "Homecoming," starring Julia Roberts, is a tense, slightly futuristic drama about the compromises we all make in life, and the extent to which we’re willing to take responsibility for our decisions.
"Mad Men" alum Kiernan Shipka's new witch in "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" is a dramatically different version from Melissa Joan Hart's.
The second season of the hit true-crime drama offers 10 more episodes of investigation, with a new defense lawyer who’s a real star, but it covers much of the same ground.
Just in time for Halloween comes this 10-episode adaptation of Shirley Jackson's classic — although much of it plays out like a spooky HGTV series.
“Saturday Night Live” returned for another season of reminding us about the uselessness of political humor in these times. Alas, the one “SNL” performance worth seeing took place after the show went off the air.
Tim Allen's sitcom "Last Man Standing" gets picked up by Fox after being axed by ABC and wears its conservative politics proudly.
While millions of TV viewers were doubtless moved by Christine Blasey Ford’s Senate testimony on Thursday, Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s angry, loud, aggressive defense of himself will probably prove more effective.
A long-deserved win for Henry Winkler and Michael Che's "Reparation Emmys" sketch were the lone highlights of an otherwise forgettable broadcast.
In the context of talk shows in 2018, Norm Macdonald immediately vaults to the top of the talk-show heap with the debut of "Norm Macdonald Has a Show" on Netflix, starting Friday.
It was only fitting that the Fox & Friends co-host who looks like a perennial newly married bride should have been stood up by the man she was courting: Ainsley Earhardt spent the three hours of yesterday’s Fox & Friends waiting on the White House lawn for an interview that never materialized.
This new animated series, which comes across as "The Simpsons" meets "Games of Thrones," is pretty to look at, but it struggles in the comedy department.
We’re coming up on the first anniversary of a deadly riot in Charlottesville, Va., and so the new PBS Frontline program “Documenting Hate: Charlottesville” is both timely and freshly informative.
“There is a lot of history in this town, and not all of it is good,” says one character of the notorious village that serves as the backdrop to the chilling, if slow-moving, new series.
While President Trump's performance drew widespread condemnation, the corporate lips of Fox News remain affixed to Trump’s backside.
The nominations for the upcoming Emmy Awards were announced on Thursday morning, and Emmy voters behaved like TV critics.
One of the most eagerly anticipated TV events of the year, this adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel is everything you might have wanted. And also some things you didn’t know you wanted.
A new GOP attack ad stokes the culture war by featuring a who's-who of the right's favorite boogeymen (and -women), including Kathy Griffin, Michael Moore, Samantha Bee, and Michelle Wolf.