This season brings several shows that are remaking themselves after actors who were accused of acting reprehensibly were fired.
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With the return of the Netflix series, the actress talks about her spitfire role opposite Jason Bateman and her earlier roles as the “go-to cult girl.”
The comedian and actor received her first Emmy nomination for her homemaking spoof, “At Home With Amy Sedaris.”
The actress, who became a star more than 40 years ago with “Carrie,” returns to the world of Stephen King with “Castle Rock.”
The 10-episode series on Hulu represents a confluence of many of the author’s stories and characters and also of several TV trends.
The actor discussed her favorite scenes from the show, killer Key lime pies and why Claudia, Elizabeth and Paige ate all that stew this season.
The show comes back to Netflix for its fifth season and may court controversy thanks to the presence of one of its stars, Jeffrey Tambor.
The 10-episode series “Cobra Kai,” debuting May 2 on YouTube Red, picks up the “Karate Kid” story more than three decades later. The grudges remain.
When “Silicon Valley” returns for its fifth season on HBO on Sunday, the Pied Piper crew will be in charge, for a change, as well as a man down.