While everyone was talking about the revived “Murphy Brown” and “The Conners,” there were seven brand-new comedies this fall. We catch up with them.
Plus, Pete Davidson addresses Kanye West’s impromptu post-credits speech.
Heartfelt, well-meaning and dull, the NBC drama offers a sugarcoated pill for viewers’ anxieties about the health care system.
With a setup that recalls “Lost,” this new NBC show makes the least interesting choice possible: to become a generic, joyless cop show.
It’s a tie: HBO and Netflix won 23 Emmys each. And it was a big night for Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” which took five more awards.
Mr. Macdonald, the comedian, said victims of misconduct “didn’t have to go through” what performers like Louis C.K. and Roseanne Barr did.
Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman host this crafty contest show.
The live telecast version of the musical will follow “Jesus Christ Superstar,” which aired in April and starred John Legend and Sara Bareilles.
A day after Fox announced it was canceling the show, the peacock network swooped in and picked it up for 13 episodes.