The voice actor is stepping away from a character who has been criticized as a racial stereotype, but it is unclear whether the convenience-store owner is being erased from the cartoon.
It’s a night of premieres: A space tourism comedy debuts on HBO, a “9-1-1” spinoff comes to Fox, and a mystery series arrives on PBS.
Armando Iannucci’s new comedy, starring Hugh Laurie as the captain of an interplanetary cruise ship, is a long, long way from “Veep.”
A new nature series debuts on four cable networks, and Apple TV Plus highlights immigrant stories in “Little America.”
The name change means consumers won’t mistakenly connect the Disney-owned studio with Mr. Murdoch’s polarizing Fox News.
This feels like a good time to watch “Justified.” Otherwise, check out a great new stand-up special or tween show.
Studios and theaters are hiring intimacy coordinators to help actors. The twist: They’re also making the scenes sexier.
The London-based actress finds time for cultural enrichment between starring in “Sex Education” and “The Crown.”
Life after Beth.
“Everything’s Gonna Be Okay” is not based on the Australian comedian’s life, but his dark, droll humor remains.
Listen to the actress’s recorded subway announcements, now playing on the No. 7 train for one week. “Welcome to my borough!”
The comic and actor discusses “Little America,” his new anthology series on Apple TV Plus, and why “despite all the issues, I personally do feel optimistic about this country.”
“This is historic,” said Stephen Colbert. “It’s the first time anyone has ever used the phrase ‘Trump knew exactly what was going on.’”
Stream the film that earned Antonio Banderas his first Oscar nomination, and catch House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Andrew Yang on “Real Time.”
The star of a dynamite new special talks about why she left “S.N.L.,” why she quit performing at the same club as Louis C.K., and how the next “Ghostbusters” is a win for the trolls.
The new series explore the timeliness and timelessness of immigrant experiences.
The actor and comedian, whose new film is “Bad Boys for Life,” looks back on his career.
With “Picard,” a spinoff following Patrick Stewart’s Starfleet officer, the franchise is trying to rediscover its place in a universe it effectively invented.
We wanted à la carte television, and now we have it — and it costs more than cable. Here’s how to watch your favorite shows without overpaying for a dozen apps.
The latest from Josh Thomas is a charming variation on the orphans-raising-one-another scenario.
Stephen Colbert reviewed the material handed over by a Rudy Giuliani associate: “It didn’t help that the next note was ‘Leave paper trail of impeachable offenses.’”
Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda are back in a new season of “Grace and Frankie” on Netflix. And on Freeform, “grown-ish” begins its junior year.
“Seven Worlds, One Planet,” the latest nature documentary extravaganza from the BBC Natural History Unit, offers spectacular footage and a sense of déjà vu.
TV assumes that the biggest fights make the best debates. Tuesday’s outing on CNN suggested: What if they don’t?
Jennings survived a tough contest against James Holzhauer to win his third match and with it, the tournament.
The actress, who recently won a Golden Globe for her turn in “The Farewell,” has had her share of firsts. Her semi-autobiographical TV show, soon to premiere on Comedy Central, is another one...
“In his defense, back in 1919, Bernie Sanders was one of the first senators to support a woman’s right to vote,” Jimmy Kimmel joked.
“Expedition With Steve Backshall” kicks off on PBS. And a war comedy-drama debuts on Paramount Network.
A Times copy editor, she kick-started Anthony Bourdain’s career when she helped him get a tell-all article about the restaurant world published in The New Yorker.
“Yeah, you know there is a problem when female directors got the same number of nominations as ‘Cats,’” said Jimmy Kimmel.
Leslie Jones looks back at her life in a new stand-up special, and the first Democratic presidential debate of the year airs on CNN.
The British troupe wasn’t well known in the United States until she began promoting its records and pushing to get “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” on PBS.
The “Young Pope” sequel series debuts on HBO. And Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s story comes to Showtime.