If much of today’s streaming menu looks familiar, it’s because many series have advanced to a sophomore season, including the buzzy international hit crime drama Lupin and the proudly diverse teen romance Love, Victor.
Kourtney Kardashian has suggested she and Scott Disick might still be together if they didn't make their lives so public on 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians'.
We’ve been waiting a year, and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s "In the Heights" is finally here, on the big and small screen.
Nashville celebrates its own, "A Million Little Things" ends its third season, while "Queen of the South" ends her reign for good.
The traditional TV season comes another step closer to wrapping with the finale of NBC’s hit medical drama.
Here’s a look at what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.
Neil Gaiman's revered comic book series "The Sandman" from the '80s and '90s is finally being made into a television series for Netflix.
There are a whopping 18 variants of the original, the newest called “90 Day Fiance: Foody Call,” in which couples cook dishes from their native countries.
Another banner Friday for streaming services, with Netflix premiering the magical quest fantasy Sweet Tooth, and Stephen King adapting his novel Lisey’s Story for Apple TV+.
From animated sponges to a boy named Beaver, here's a look at the best children’s television shows to ever grace the small screen.
Who says TV goes quiet after Memorial Day? (No one anymore.)
Reality competition and docuseries dominate Wednesday’s premiere lineup.
This week’s new entertainment releases include new music from Liz Phair, Lloyd Banks and Joe Walsh.
The "Friends" stars are 11th cousins, researchers at the online genealogy website MyHeritage have found. Both actors are also distantly related to Lady Gaga.
Former Doctor Who star Coleman will play Johanna Constantine, an 18th-century adventuress and the great-great-great-grandmother of the iconic …
Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner reunite for the bittersweet final season of Chuck Lorre’s The Kominsky Method.
Friends fans have waited 17 years for the cast to get back together, and their emotional reunion is TV nostalgia at its friendliest.
Alex Trebek and Larry King have both received posthumous nominations for the 48th Daytime Emmy Awards.