The producers of the Fox drama announced that the actor, who was arrested on Thursday, would be removed from the final two episodes of the fifth season.
A documentary about the country singer Charley Pride airs on PBS. And “Chef’s Table” returns on Netflix.
Fox must decide what to do about Mr. Smollett’s character on the show, which is filming its fifth season and has not yet been renewed for a sixth.
The Oscars, the Economy and great show to watch if you’re tired of “This Is Us.”
The outpouring of warmth that greeted Mr. Smollett’s reports of a racist, homophobic assault is changing as the story unfolds.
“One Day at a Time” and other recent sitcoms just say yes to episodes confronting drug use — and consciously try to avoid the corny trappings.
The Chicago police said Thursday that the “Empire” actor, upset over his salary, staged a fake assault with the help of two brothers.
The Israeli drama is being praised as an accurate and compelling portrayal of ultra-Orthodox Jews, a group that typically is insular — and doesn’t watch TV.
If the Academy Awards can proceed without a host, it’s time to rethink those acceptance speeches. Please.