TV & Film

Jimmy Carr burned people who oppose vaccines with the brutal gag in the upcoming Netflix special "His Dark Material."
The "Late Show" host tore into "the newest batch of online stupid."
The former "Bachelor" confirmed this week that he and Brown, a political strategist, have been in a relationship for several months.
The actor hopes that Netflix's gay romantic comedy will help viewers who "need a little nudge to be fully accepting of a family member."
The actor stars on the Peacock series as Lexi, a Bayside High cheerleader and brassy queen bee who happens to be trans but won't be tokenized.
"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" put a taunting political spin on the reality franchise.
The "Late Show" host reimagined the former White House chief of staff's memoir name in light of his revelations about Donald Trump's COVID-19 results.
As the director of photography on Issa Rae's HBO series, Berkofsky has helped to redefine what half-hour comedies can look like.
“Sadly, testing positive for COVID was the only positive thing he did in four years as president," said the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host.
Stations in Philadelphia, New York City and Cleveland have pulled the show to avoid “equal time” rules that give rival candidates the ability to request matching air time.
Brian Stelter, the cable network's media reporter, said it's possible Cuomo could be back on the air next month.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback was on the receiving end of a brief but brutal ding from "The Late Show" comedian.
A stark change in GOP talking points prompted a damning question from the "Daily Show" host.
"Titanic" and "What’s Eating Gilbert Grape" are among the movies and shows departing the streaming platform this month.
A parody ad for a Mark Zuckerberg-themed holiday toy shows what would happen if Santa's spy met Facebook's algorithm.
The “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host also debuted a damning new nickname for extremist Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert.
“I’m so grateful that I am giving some nerdy little trans kid somewhere the realization that this is something that they could do too,” Amy Schneider said.
Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte are back -- along with a host of new pals -- in the HBO Max revival series, which begins Dec. 9.
"If some news channel intern did what Chris Cuomo did they'd have been fired one second after these docs were published," one journalist noted.
The last season of the Emmy-winning Amazon series premiered in 2019.