Antonio Banderas stars as Pablo Picasso in the second season of “Genius.” And “The Ice Cream Show” premieres on Viceland.
Category Archives: Television
As the Hulu series moves past Margaret Atwood’s novel, it feels, as it should, like the end of the world.
The singing competition, back after a two-year hiatus, is focusing on the fireworks onstage, rather than between the judges. And Lionel Richie is its godfather.
The National Geographic Channel anthology series tells the stories of great minds with great helpings of sex, romance, angst and political upheaval.
James Corden hosts his third prime-time special. And “Pass Over” reimagines “Waiting for Godot” in present-day Chicago.
Taylor makes an unexpected connection. Axe, meanwhile, connects the dots.
To Primo’s long list of terrifying attributes, this week’s episode added another: master tracker.
HBO’s sweeping sci-fi western is back, and the hosts are in open, bloody revolt. How will they manage the practical and moral repercussions?
The married showrunners Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan talk about their science-fiction series, which returns Sunday night for its second season on HBO.
‘Westworld’ returns with more violence and mystery. And Savannah Guthrie talks with gymnasts who say they were abused by Lawrence G. Nassar.