"The Crown” tied with “The Mandalorian” for the most Emmy nominations Tuesday with 24 apiece, but the Marvel universe also got bragging rights with runner-up “WandaVision.”
While the TV industry pores over today’s Emmy nominations, there’s plenty to watch as usual.
What should we expect ahead of Tuesday's nominations? Anticipating good news for "Mare of Easttown," let's pop open a Rolling Rock, unwrap a hoagie or three and look into the future.
This week’s new entertainment releases include LeBron James leading the Tunes against the Goons in “Space Jam: A New Legacy.”
Here are 10 shows that are worth checking out this summer.
The beloved Netflix comedy "Atypical" delivers its final aspirational season. "Let’s Make a Deal" host Wayne Brady gives back to his aunt in the premiere of CBS’ feel-good "Secret Celebrity Renovation."
Freeform’s collegiate "black-ish" spinoff, "grown-ish," heads into its senior year. HBO Max updates "Gossip Girl" with a racier reboot.
The "Monsters, Inc." franchise scares up a charming spinoff for Disney+. Netflix delivers a second season of its man’s-best-friend docuseries "Dogs," giving equal time to felines in the new "Cat People."
Fans of squirm comedy rejoice, because Netflix has brought Detroiters’ Tim Robinson’s bizarre sketch show "I Think You Should Leave" back for a second season.
With so much content on the streaming giant, just how does a movie or show break through?
Looking for something to stream as we head into a holiday weekend?
On another overstuffed Thursday, Bravo’s excellent cooking competition "Top Chef" signs off while adding a terrific new amateur spinoff.
Actress Phylicia Rashad is one of few celebrities who was happy about Bill Cosby’s sentence being overturned.
An eclectic lineup of new programming includes a drag makeover of The Brady Bunch, an extremely irreverent alt-history look at America’s past, and a three-hour investigation of UFOs from Discovery.
Police drama "Line of Duty" ends its sixth season with a major revelation. Canines and their handlers rise to the challenge on a second season of "America’s Top Dog."
This week’s new releases include documentaries about celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck and a landmark 1969 Harlem concert series known as “Black Woodstock.”