Out of the blue and without benefit of marketing, Louis C.K. has a new series out that is set in a Brooklyn bar and might be called a comedy. Or not.
'Saturday Night Live' will feature the Democratic presidential candidate alongside the comedian, who has portrayed Sanders a number of times on the show this season.
Spoiler alert | ‘Mozart in the Jungle’ reveals that the private lives of classical musicians can be just as entertaining as those of rock stars.
The third season of the Swedish-Danish police procedural ‘The Bridge’ offers mystery and gore, plots and subplots, and intriguing characters aplenty.
Victorian England is portrayed in both series as a time when things were clear, even when they were wrong.
Prof. Annalise Keating specializes in helping her clients get away with murder. But will she succeed this time?
Lipton's fame as the host 'Inside the Actor's Studio' overshadows everything he did before, and he has done a lot, including pimping for prostitutes in postwar Paris.
In his sold-out debut in the Jewish state, Seinfeld steers clear of regional strife to focus on much more fraught topic: marriage.
The premise of 'Catastrophe' is that human beings – of whatever nationality – share the common language of sex.
'Fargo' has it a bit easier than the other series competing with it for the crown of 'artistic achievement' on prime-time TV, fitting into an already recognized, and recognizable, 'style,' set by the movie.
Another work by a French playwright and another brilliant performance by a veteran Israeli actor – but why is it necessary for two state-subsidized repertory theaters to hook up for a joint production of a commercial comedy, however well done?
Decline has accelerated from 70 centimeters a year four decades ago to 1.2 meters over the past two decades.
Is rice more healthful than ice cream? Not necessarily. Are potatoes harmful? Not for everyone. A breakthrough study by two researchers from the Weizmann Institute shows that each of us has a different 'microbiome,' that makes us respond to foods differently. Get ready for a new medical revolution.