As a public media personality, Hill should have thought twice before issuing her tweet about Trump and white supremacists.
With the 69th annual Primetime Emmy Awards coming this Sunday, Sept. 17 on CBS, here are a few things we can glean about TV now.
Hillary Clinton reemerges this month on the talk-show circuit in support of a new book one year after the final weeks of the presidential campaign that ended in her defeat by Donald Trump.
Two docuseries set inside an American high school from National Geographic and A&E premiere in a few weeks, coinciding more or less with the start of the school year.
For many of us in the news business that day, the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 would be the biggest story of our lives.
Despite the effort that evidently went into the production of "The Deuce" to depict New York City in 1971, watching the actual show is a dismal, dreary, ugly experience.
Watch out, bad guys -- TV is a triple-threat this season with three terror-fighting dramas set to debut this month and next.
In recognition of the years Jerry captivated us all with his annual telethons to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Labor Day was chosen for this tribute, according to TCM host Ben Mankiewicz, who introduced the movies on Monday night.
Ten years in the making, the care and diligence that has been taken and applied to the construction of this documentary is evident in every frame.
In an email correspondence from 2001, the comedian had a few things to say about society's "hang-up" over "dirty" words.