It’s obvious that Donald Trump has created an atmosphere in which anyone can say any appalling thing anyone wants, without fear of reprisal.
Following its premiere in Hollywood, the first reactions to 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' are now in. And it could be time to breathe a sigh of relief.
The actor's performance is a tour de force, as he plays a drugged-out, upper-class Englishman in Showtime's five-part "Patrick Melrose."
Donald Glover's striking short film "This Is America" is like an entire season of Glover’s FX show "Atlanta" compressed into a four-minute video.
On "SNL," Stormy Daniels was at ease in front of the cameras (no surprise there) if a little wooden in her line readings (no surprise there either).
In her interview with David Letterman, Tina Fey says she’s glad she’s not working at "Saturday Night Live" now because of the poisonous atmosphere Donald Trump has let loose in the land.
If you're willing to take "The Week Of" on its own terms, it's a goodhearted, sentimental comedy that wants to be "The Father of the Bride" with more vulgarity.
What began with all smiles on "Fox & Friends" ended with three grim-faced hosts trying to get a word in edgewise, as President Trump, his voice raised and hoarse, blared past any questions they were asking.
"The price you'd have to pay if there was a reckoning ... that reckoning is here." Season 2 of the HBO drama "Westworld" all but invites you to view Evan Rachel Wood's role as a metaphor for the current #TimesUp moment in the culture.
He wants to talk about "truth, lies, and leadership," and most of the time he's just forced to say the phrase "pee tape" over and over again.
There aren't many things about Robert Mueller's investigation into Donald Trump that bring a smile to anyone's face, but Monday's latest twist in the tale was an occasion for big grins, high-fives, and hearty guffaws.
HBO’s “Elvis Presley: The Searcher” is all Elvis, all the time: constant footage of Presley, with experts such as Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen relegated to voice-over narration.
Laura Ingraham marshaled the best defense possible by framing the David Hogg controversy as a free-speech issue, and she announced a new, regular feature called "Defending the First."
Squirming discomfort — some of it pleasurable, much of it not — proves to be the subtext that runs throughout this entire hour of "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman."
Al Pacino and director Barry Levinson score their own low-key triumph in the HBO film "Paterno," which chooses to focus on Joe Paterno's internal struggles as he owns his own guilt in the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
This week's "Roseanne" will make you laugh, not debate, as it draws attention away from Roseanne to emphasize the ensemble — the star reminds you that she's a team player.
Fox News personalities like Laura Ingraham push and push and push the edge of what is indecent outrage, and when they go over the line and start being punished for it, they fold.
The FX Cold War drama is revved up and ready as it starts its final season, humming along at a swift pace, dropping revelations right and left — no political pun intended.
As the show restarts, sisters Roseanne and Jackie haven't spoken for a year because they voted for different people in the 2016 election.