The new Hulu comedy series called "Ramy" is drawing attention for the community it depicts -- Muslim Americans in New Jersey.
The latest news on Gayle King came on Wednesday when CBS announced that "Time" magazine has named her to its annual "Time 100" list of the world's most influential people.
We live in interesting TV times when a hit show's audience amounts to 17.4 million viewers, and this number is considered a blockbuster.
The title of this new ABC comedy series "Bless This Mess" gets it half right. The show is a mess.
Russell Crowe plays Ailes in a Showtime miniseries, and John Lithgow plays him in an upcoming movie.
In the season premiere, Chechen Hank (played by Anthony Carrigan) played a big scene to perfection and stole the show.
The contestant, James Holzhauer, lists his occupation as "professional sports gambler," and it showed in his style of play.
"Game of Thrones" feels like something Cecil B. DeMille would have directed if he had lived long enough to be employed by HBO.
How many people will care enough about choreographer Bob Fosse and dancer Gwen Verdon to watch "Fosse/Verdon"?
The network of "JAG" and "NCIS" now brings you "The Code," a new drama about swashbuckling lawyers in the USMC.