Julia Lindon can’t quite let go of her summer camp phase. Or of her formative years in the West Village. So she revisits both.
Stream the latest “Mission: Impossible.” Or, for something completely different, watch a well-received take on Chekhov.
The singer and songwriter’s 2008 appearance on the show brought her closer to 3-year-olds — and the Muppet Telly — than she ever imagined.
Fifty years ago, the television show united children’s education, puppetry and songs. Pop stars have been singing the Muppets’ tunes (and vice versa) ever since.
“The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance,” a 10-part Netflix series, is a prequel to Jim Henson’s 1982 puppet fantasy film.
A foodie favorite returns. Or try an Australian family drama fans of “The Ice Storm” would appreciate.
Perry Henzell’s outlaw film, with one of cinema’s most infectious scores, is back on the big screen in New York.
Five are about “Rubber Duckie,” but he’s the one!
In Showtime’s satirical drama “On Becoming a God in Central Florida,” a woman squares off with a crooked cult in a battle for the American dream.
A hit TV show that unapologetically portrays female sexuality has thrilled many Senegalese. Except those who want it taken off the air.
More than 90 years ago, recordings in a hat warehouse in Bristol, Tenn., unleashed a quintessentially American musical form.
Bobby Flay stars alongside his daughter in a show about New York cuisine. And the documentary “Hail Satan?” hits Hulu.
His casting on the ABC reality show makes political deception into a joke.
He was a familiar face on TV for more than two decades, covering the civil rights movement, the Vietnam War and other big stories.
She worked with Roberta Flack and other stars. But she probably made her biggest splash by helping write a risqué song for “Saturday Night Live.”
A Netflix documentary looks at cultural and political complications at a glass factory. And an Off Broadway play is streaming.
The college campus satire attempts to reconcile two complicated histories, and mostly succeeds.
Mr. Carlson still attracts a large audience, but his statements about women, immigrants and race have prompted calls from activists for advertiser boycotts.
Siobhan tries to play both sides, but she may be overestimating her leverage.
Catch the season finale of Ryan Murphy’s ballroom drama on FX, and Arturo Castro’s sketch comedy series on Comedy Central.
CBS said that it had extended the contract for the 12:30 a.m. host through 2022, despite less than stellar ratings.
The production, inspired by the long-running television dance show, is aiming for a 2021 premiere.
Looking for more context on the Atlanta child murders? What about B.T.K.? Here’s some background, along with links to historical press coverage.
As a kid, I didn’t get the appeal of Jessica Fletcher, the widowed detective played by Angela Lansbury. Then I grew up.
She has danced the tango in Buenos Aires and immersed herself in South Korea’s K-pop. Now the host of “Bare Feet” is using her DNA to better explore the world and her ancestry.
Stream Danny McBride’s new comedy series on HBO platforms. Or catch “Wall-E” on Freeform.
He talks about his short-term unemployment between the canceled “Roseanne” and its sequel, “The Conners” — and the Danny McBride comedy “The Righteous Gemstones” that is putting him...
The racist comedy trope, unacceptable in the West, is alive and well in mainstream Arab media.
Athletic. Flattering. Red. Who needs a string bikini?
A documentary on an eccentric magician premieres on Hulu, and a behind-the-scenes look at the entertainer JoJo Siwa appears on Nickelodeon.
The season finale of the Boston drama airs on Showtime, and F.B.I. agents investigate more sinister killers in the second season of “Mindhunter” on Netflix.
The former “S.N.L.” writer stars in “Los Espookys” and an HBO standup comedy special.