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New PBS documentary offers a master class on an influential figure in American theater.
As a CBS News correspondent based in California, she's fattening a résumé that could very well lead to a network anchor position or a spot with "60 Minutes."
True Royalty TV goes deep on coverage of royal baby.
TV is saying "Time's Up" to sexual abusers on screen and behind the camera.
Miley Cyrus shows up on "Black Mirror."
The legendary therapist has more than sex on her mind in a revealing new documentary.
When the celebrated author dove into the most ambitious TV project of his career, he turned to a Minnesotan.
Familiar characters have some unfinished business in the ultimate anti-Western.
"The InBetween" revisits "Medium" concept.
Those were the days “Live in Front of an Audience: Norman Lear’s ‘All in the Family’ and ‘The Jeffersons’ ” offers contemporary stars like Woody Harrelson…
Every year, standups who conquered Minnesota move West to face the ultimate challenge: To live or die in L.A.
"The Big Bang Theory" wasn't the first series where nerds ruled.
He directed several episodes of the Hulu miniseries and plays a short-tempered, parade-obsessed officer.
As the final episode airs, cast members float theories on what made their sitcom an audience favorite.
Sitcom creators pull back curtain in Minneapolis.
The comedian went for button-pushing humor in an opening night set at Acme Comedy Co.
Bret Baier defends his network's news department while he preps for Klobuchar town hall.
TCM's month-long tribune to Paul Newman includes some neglected gems.
This week's Acme Comedy Co. booking reignited a debate about the disgraced comedian.
Two broken girls Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini are very much alive and kicking in “Dead to Me,” a deliciously dark new comedy about…
Hen party The title “The Bachelorette Reunion: The Biggest Bachelorette Reunion in Bachelor History Ever!” may just be poking fun at the franchise’s flair…
The versatile Jane Lynch takes time out of her in-demand schedule to sing in St. Paul.
Longtime Fox 9 anchor Jeff Passolt gets ready to sign off — but not without a few final digs.
Minneapolis native Genevieve Gorder hosts new competition series, "Best Room Wins."
Watch former NASA engineer Chad Zdenek dismantle jumbo jets, oil rigs and hovercrafts.
"Top Gear" and Matt LeBlanc back for fourth season.
What we can learn from the toque macaques of Sri Lanka.
The final season of "Veep" clinches her status as the queen of comedy.
Hope and a prayer Mining jokes out of growing up Muslim in America may seem like heavy lifting, but Ramy Youssef makes it look easy…
"Into the Badlands" star Sherman Augustus on how football informed his acting career.
With "My Lottery Dream Home," Minnesota native David Bromstad makes HGTV his own Magical Kingdom.
Hard-knock life No network sitcom gets more laughs from more actors than “Life in Pieces,” which returns with two new episodes, starting with a…
Lakeville resident and reality competition vet returns to screen.
Review: Like Springsteen, the comedian worked hard and reached deep as he launched a four-night run.
Apocalypse drama stars Jaime King.
In "Queens of Mystery" series, three English women team up with their niece to solve crimes.
These female protagonists as dark, daring, disturbed and delicious as the characters male actors take for granted.
Despite heavy makeup, a pivotal role on "The Orville" is exposing new depths for Peter Macon.
TV's most warped — and wonderful — thriller returns for a second season.
Working behind and in front of the camera, women are changing the medium for the better.
Broadway legend Bob Fosse may have hogged the spotlight, but a spectacular new miniseries proves it took two to tango.
Laura Osnes — a Chanhassen Dinner Theatres favorite who went on to a Tony-nominated Broadway career — jumped at the chance to play Shirley MacLaine.
Minnesota office life inspired Mark Proksch's bloody good vampire for new FX comedy.
Back in the ballpark In the show’s third season, “Brockmire” star/creator Hank Azaria (man of a thousand voices on “The Simpsons”) lands his smack-talking…
A new PBS production of "Julius Caesar" gives women another opportunity to tackle some of theater's most coveted roles.
Calamity Jane The CW is about to lose two of its more prestigious series, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and “Jane the Virgin,” which kicks off its fifth…
The "Mad About You" star wants us to know he still has his comic chops.
Back to school Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish reprise their “mean girls” roles for “Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists,” a new soap that revolves…
The popular reality competition has a new host — and a new mission.
Jussie Smollett is back as "Empire" returns from break, but he's been written out of the last two episodes.
"The Good Fight" — Donald Trump's worst nightmare — returns for a third season.
Lyric Lewis "commanded" high school stage before learning improv with Groundlings in L.A.
Tracks of our tears Alfonso Cuarón has now won two Oscars for directing (“Gravity” and “Roma”). But his greatest cinematic achievement remains 2006’s “Children…
Carleton College grad and "Free Solo" filmmaker Jimmy Chin takes us behind the scenes of his big night.
Ain’t it a shame “The Masked Singer,” America’s most embarrassing guilty pleasure, lifts the fake head off the final C-list celebrity in this two-hour…
"Green Book," a feel-good movie about race relations, upset "Roma" and "The Favourite" to win Best Picture. Olivia Colman also nosed out sentimental favorite Glenn Close in the category of best actress.
TPT filmmaker Daniel Bergin focuses on the history of Minnesota — the good, the bad and the ugly.
Higher education “Survivor,” which is coming off one of its most satisfying seasons, returns for its 38th(!) edition. Competing castaways include a morning-news anchor,…
Set to host "Saturday Night Live," actor Don Cheadle fondly remembers his years on the Minneapolis stage.
The unmasked comic “Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho” is being billed as a stand-up special, but it’s really more of an opportunity for…
Cloudy memories “The Many Lives of Nick Buoniconti,” which premiered earlier this week, is aptly titled as it profiles a man who scored as…
Joel McKinnon Miller went from opera to hitting high notes on the NBC cop comedy.
Ray of light “Ray Romano: Right Here, Around the Corner” the comedian’s first stand-up special in 23 years, feels like little more than a collection…
Back on the beat “Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television” was renewed for another season, a development that seems to have shocked the people…
Oscar nods for Netflix's "Roma" make this a watershed moment for streaming services.
Playing with Fyre No matter how many crummy parties you’ve experienced, it’s unlikely you’ve attended anything quite as disastrous as the bash featured in
The film about one of comedy's greatest duos has a hard time playing it straight.
The outspoken anchor squeezes in a trip to the Twin Cities to mark Martin Luther King Day.
Holding out for a hero “Wayne” is a wannabe superhero without any superpowers, unless you count his willingness to get beaten to a bloody…
Family members and friends look back on Mark Rosen's half-century-long TV career.
Hot for teacher “Schooled” doesn’t have anything new to teach us, but as family comedies go, this spinoff to “The Goldbergs” makes the grade, thanks…
Six-part series is the latest big-tent project from the St. Paul-based outlet that helped bring "Hoop Dreams" to the screen.
The Golden Globes celebrated diversity during an evening that left few clear front-runners.
The Golden Globes have the right idea by putting Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh center stage.
The former host of "Prairie Home Companion" has no plans on retreating full-time to his Manhattan pad.