Steve Martin and Martin Short return for a second season of Hulu’s mystery-comedy "Only Murders in the Building," with millennial sidekick Selena Gomez the immediate prime suspect in another murder.
This week's new releases include an album from Imagine Dragons and the return of Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez as unlikely crime-solving neighbors in "Only Murders in the Building."
No longer banished from network TV, the Daytime Emmys hands out trophies from Pasadena. Maya Rudolph has money to burn in the Apple TV+ comedy "Loot."
The CW’s "Walker" does some soul-searching in its Season 2 finale. In a fanciful episode, the "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds" crew becomes trapped in a fairy tale, costumes and all.
"What We Do in the Shadows" fans will want to check out a new season of the horror-comedy mockumentary "Wellington Paranormal." A two-part nature series explores California’s biodiversity.
Jon Stewart receives the prestigious Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in a star-studded ceremony. ESPN marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX with a two-part documentary.
This week's new releases include albums from Soccer Mommy and Luke Combs, the the action comedy "The Man From Toronto," and the 10-episode, coming-of-age comedy "Gordita Chronicles."
On the 50th anniversary of the infamous Watergate break-in, CBS airs a two-hour news retrospective, the History Channel repeats its six-hour deep dive from 2018, and Netflix remembers whistleblower Martha Mitchell.
Jeff Bridges stars as an ex-spy on the run in FX’s thriller "The Old Man." Living legend Julie Andrews receives the AFI Life Achievement Award — and a special serenade.
"So You Can Think You Can Dance" marks its 300th episode with the season’s first in-studio show, welcoming Leah Remini to the judging panel. ESPN’s "30 for 30" celebrates the rise of the WNBA from the success of the 1996 U.S.
PBS’ "American Masters" salutes Beach Boys visionary Brian Wilson with a road trip special. Go behind the scenes with the busy Jennifer Lopez in the Netflix special "Halftime."
This week's new releases include an album of guided meditation by Alanis Morissette, a Jennifer Lopez documentary and a "Father of the Bride" remake starring Andy Garcia and Gloria Estefan.
From dance-offs to communicating with animals, no topic has escaped reality TV’s grip. Here's a look at some of the best of the genre.
A new meta Marvel series introduces a teenage superfan who inadvertently gains super powers. Adam Sandler stars in the uplifting basketball film "Hustle."
In a rare second act after cancellation, the legal drama "All Rise" moves from CBS to OWN. David Letterman brings rising stand-up comics into the spotlight in a new comedy/interview series.
This week's new entertainment releases include an album from Carrie Underwood and an anthology set from BTS, while Adam Sandler channels his affection for basketball into Jeremiah Zagar's "Hustle."
Jensen Ackles joins the subversive superhero thriller "The Boys" in Season 3 as Soldier Boy, the first Superhero. "American Masters" salutes the Public Theater’s late impresario, Joe Papp.
Jean Smart’s Emmy-winning triumph in "Hacks" wraps its second season. Gayle King hosts a prime-time CBS special spotlighting Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee.
🎧 We're coming in for a landing after a wild ride with "Top Gun: Maverick," and talk about "Pistol" and "Elvis" on Streamed & Screened.
CBS celebrates Let’s Make a Deal Day with a prime-time special. A new "South Park" special brings streaming wars to the Colorado town.
Summer TV’s biggest reality competition, "America’s Got Talent," is back for a 17th season, joined by the new contest "Dancing with Myself."