President Trump has spent considerable time behaving like a reality-show character, but on Monday night, he stepped into the producer’s role.
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Amy Adams is remarkable as a self-destructive reporter in a murder mystery that’s really an investigation into her own past.
A subplot in the new season of Netflix’s wrestling comedy speaks to today by showing how little the moves of Hollywood’s harassers have changed.
AMC’s volatile “Dietland” takes a flamethrower to the beauty industry, while “The Bold Type” offers it a feminist makeover.
Maybe the troubled “Roseanne” revival should have just ended. But if it won’t, here are some ways it could get better.
On cable TV and social media, the separation of parents from their children provoked empathy and exposed the emptiness of trolling.
In Kevin Costner’s new series, the most interesting stuff is buried beneath a hard-packed layer of cowboy melodrama.
This ABC docu-series, with Viola Davis as an executive producer, applies the true-crime formula to appeal the convictions of two death-row prisoners.
On Mr. Bourdain’s TV series, food wasn’t simply a tourist experience; it was an expression of culture.
Like the 1980s balls it depicts, Ryan Murphy’s new series tries on a number of styles, but at its best, they cohere into a vibrant look.