Long a staple of old-school PBS, "Downton Abbey" has been lured into the new world of streaming to become a Peacock showpiece.
Music, news events and other cultural touchstones from decades ago are supplying a motherlode of subjects for TV.
Netflix has cooked up a new incarnation of "Iron Chef," which begs the question: Who ordered this?
In a new action series on FX and Hulu, Jeff Bridges plays a character that can best be described as "Jason Bourne in a 72-year-old's body."
From the producers of the addiction docuseries "Intervention" comes another series on a topic that could not be more timely -- digital addiction.
The show did not go on for the Tony Awards in June 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns that started less than two months previously in March.
Customer satisfaction with streaming services such as Netflix, HBO Max, Peacock and Apple TV+ is surprisingly lower than expected, a new study says.
The American southwest circa 1971 is the setting for a great new western detective series coming this weekend to AMC and AMC+.
What is the relationship, if any, between the extreme violence on TV shows today and the medium's power to influence?
Who could have predicted that comedy shows about a cowardly pirate and a haunted house would do well enough to get renewed for a second season?