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TV REVIEW | Lewis, Giamatti seethe and soar in this gripping (and fun) series, but the women also take charge.
There were multiple reasons D.C. couldn't sustain a 'Housewives' franchise -- but now it's coming back.
“Degrassi: The Next Class” begins streaming on Netflix. WETA airs “Willie Nelson: Gershwin Prize.”
TV REVIEW | This very average series is set in a makeshift Union hospital in Alexandria in 1862.
“Workaholics” returns for Season 6 on Comedy Central. Hillary Clinton does “The Tonight Show.”
TV REVIEW | Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies star as a couple living in an occupied L.A.
“Second Chance” premieres on Fox. FX airs the season finale of “American Horror Story: Hotel.”
There are some distinct similarities as CBS announces the show's creators will depart after this upcoming season.
ABC Family becomes Freeform and debuts “Shadowhunters,” and CW airs a “Mad TV” reunion.
The actor has a long history of trashing his famous character.
Lots of first-year shows win big at the show. But does it matter?
Here are some people that Gervais may want to avoid if he sees them on the street.
On the plus side, and without any help from host Ricky Gervais, the show fulfilled part of its reputation as a messy, boozy, smarmy kind of night.
Live coverage of the 2016 Golden Globes with instant analysis and commentary on the red carpet, the winners and the show.
“Cake Wars” returns for Season 2, and Ice Cube and Kevin Hart appear on “The Bachelor.”
Everything you need to know.
J. Cole has a “Homecoming” on HBO. “Shameless” returns Sunday on Showtime.
Put your money on Leo and "Game of Thrones."
Dr. Oz guest-stars on “Dr. Ken,” and Carmen Electra hosts WEtv’s “Ex Isle.”
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | Showtime’s underappreciated dramedy has more to say than just #@%$.