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.
At a rally in South Carolina on Monday night, President Trump said he’d discovered a new showbiz fan in director David Lynch and also kept alive his weekend attack on Jimmy Fallon.
President Trump felt a need to be loved again, so he did what he always does when he needs love — he left his house and did a campaign rally.
Judd Apatow has made the connection between Fox News, Fox’s entertainment division, the Rupert Murdoch family that owns 21st Century Fox, and their unceasing support of everything Trump says and does.
Steve Doocy, Tucker Carlson, and Laura Ingraham are among the prominent Fox News hosts desperately trying to defend the administration's shocking new immigration policy.
Always less a newsman than a cheerleader, Sean Hannity was buying everything the salesman in chief was peddling about his trip to meet the dictator.
Samantha Bee followed up last week’s C-word controversy with an A word: She apologized extravagantly for the ruckus she stirred up on her TBS show, “Full Frontal.”
Joy Nash and Julianna Margulies star in AMC's new series that turns tables on perpetrators of crimes against women.
In latest episode of his Netflix series "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction," David Letterman sits down with radio host Howard Stern for a candid conversation.
Today’s culture war is brought to you by Samantha Bee, who, on her TBS show "Full Frontal" on Wednesday night, called Ivanka Trump a very rude name.
Every one of Fox News’ primetime shows on Wednesday night did segments on Roseanne Barr and ABC’s cancellation of "Roseanne." And each of them tried to build a pro-Roseanne case.
"An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life" is crammed with jokes, jokes, jokes, and music, music, music.
President Trump gave another interview to "Fox & Friends" on Thursday morning and once again made extreme, inflammatory statements, this time about NFL players who decline to stand for the national anthem.
Janet Jackson, and the Jackson family in general, have not had much of a history of explicitly aligning themselves with social or political causes. But accepting her award, Jackson made a statement.
The acclaimed series "Murphy Brown" is back, targeting President Trump: “We’re taking on this world of alternative facts and fake news.”