The iconic "Behind the Music" series returns with new looks at longtime favorites. At the Olympics, Women’s Gymnastics continues without Simone Biles.
Robin Roberts moonlights from "GMA" with a more relaxed format of revealing celebrity chat. The ever-unpredictable Summer Olympics continues with swimming, men’s gymnastics, diving and golf.
Highlights of the Summer Olympics include the marquee event of the women’s gymnastics team final. Profiles of blues great Buddy Guy and early rocker Chuck Berry will leave PBS viewers singing and swinging.
This week’s new entertainment releases include new music from producer and multi-instrumentalist Jack Antonoff and Billie Eilish.
Fan favorite LeVar Burton begins a week of guest-hosting duties on "Jeopardy!" The Tokyo Summer Olympics continues with Men’s Gymnastics Team finals among many other sports.
Critical and Emmy darling "Ted Lasso" returns for a second season of mirth on the soccer pitch. The Olympics officially begin with an opening ceremony under a COVID cloud.
Sesame Workshop’s first docuseries, "Through Our Eyes," addresses topical issues including climate change and homelessness from a child’s-eye view.
Robin Williams, whose free-form comedy and adept impressions dazzled audiences for decades, died Aug. 11, 2014, at age 63. Williams suffered f…
Disney repurposes another of its vintage titles with a series version of the cop-meets-dog comedy "Turner & Hooch." Netflix puts a "Masked Singer" twist on the dating genre with "Sexy Beasts."
If you’re a fan of somewhat kinder, gentler comedies like “Ted Lasso,” here are five other shows to try.
PBS profiles Pope Francis in a new season of the biographical "In Their Own Words." Historical legends get a myth-busting treatment in History’s "Man vs. History."
This week’s new entertainment releases include albums from Leon Bridges and Jackson Browne and the return of the always-chipper "Ted Lasso."
With the Tokyo Olympics opening on Friday, Turner Classic Movies relives Olympic history with a 24-hour marathon of documentaries including 1965’s "Tokyo Olympiad."
Here's a look at diversity, firsts and more facts from the Emmy nominations announced this past week.
Music is in the air, with Apple’s launch of the giddy movie-musical spoof "Schmigadoon!" and a more serious study of contemporary music in Hulu’s "McCartney 3-2-1" and PBS’ "Icon: Music Through the Lens" about rock photography.
As usual, there’s something for everyone in the wide world of streaming on a very busy Thursday.
Meghan Markle is working on an animated series for Netflix that will tell the stories of influential women.
In some cases, the town itself becomes as integral to the tone and story as any plot point or character. Examples include everything from “Twi…
Marvel’s "Loki" signs off after just six episodes. Netflix revisits notorious American heists in a docuseries and gathers a tremendous cast of kick-butt female heroes in "Gunpowder Milkshake."
The nominees for the 2021 Emmy Awards were announced Tuesday morning. And like any year, there were some snubs and surprises. Here's a look.
"The Crown” tied with “The Mandalorian” for the most Emmy nominations Tuesday with 24 apiece, but the Marvel universe also got bragging rights with runner-up “WandaVision.”
While the TV industry pores over today’s Emmy nominations, there’s plenty to watch as usual.