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A new TV revamp of "Rocky Horror" may be good fun, but the original film wasn't just a freak show. It was a safe zone.
Disney star "fell in love with Brad" as a Twin Cities tween. Now he's playing the role on Fox.
The director of "Killing Reagan" targets the powerful in politics and showbiz.
The Oscar-nominated actor credits his training at Old Log Theatre for much of his success.
While viewership was down from the first debate, 60 million still tuned in.
"Westworld" has the intrigue, though not the heart, of a memorable HBO drama.
This weekend's Ryder Cup will be the year's most-watched sports event in the U.S.
New Ulm's Wanda Gág House offers insight into one of Minnesota's most successful authors.
Burnsville native Cedric Yarbrough's L.A. gamble finally pays off with a performance that's leaving critics "Speechless."
With his first Emmy, Louie Anderson gives Minnesota a victory away from the football field.
'The Good Place' Any good deeds conducted by Kristen Bell as a princess in “Frozen” are dashed when her con-artist character accidentally gets admitted into…
Louie Anderson’s upset win for “Baskets” was considered a unusual surprise for a ceremony not known for straying off script. Turns out it was just…
Prior Lake's Kylie Bunbury delivers the goods in one of the TV season's most promising new series.
Looking to impress with your Emmy picks? Bet on the return of Jon Snow.
Creator and star Phoebe Waller-Bridge's complex dramedy features cutting dialogue and masterful physical comedy.
"The Million Dollar Duck," premiering Wednesday on Animal Planet, is an engaging waddle through the U.S. government's annual Federal Duck Stamp Contest.
Game shows are finally giving contestants a run for their money after decades of playing to the lowest common denominator.
With an all-star team, "One Mississippi" is the latest TV gem worth watching back to back to back.
An English actor transitions from playing young Ned Stark to American motorcycle pioneer Bill Harley.
Women get to be as screwed up as that other gender in two mesmerizing series.
Twin Cities-bound Louis C.K. joins a stellar list of comics unafraid to take dramatic departures.
The "Sharknado" franchise inches closer to becoming an endangered species.
Moments of Zen are few among those trying to reach the bar set by the former "Daily Show" host.
Neftlix's first sports docuseries goes beyond the gridiron in profiling would-be college football standouts.
Stephen Colbert's live shows have re-energized the comedian.
"Little House" schoolteacher reflects on being an actress and an addict in Hollywood.
Nineteen African-American actors received Emmy nominations Thursday morning, a record-breaking tally thanks to the huge response to "The People v. O.J. Simpson" and the better-than-expected showing of "Black-ish."
Analysis: Diamond Reynolds' Facebook video divided TV audiences locally and nationally.
John Turturro steps into his late pal James Gandolfini's shoes in the new HBO crime miniseries "The Night Of."
Basic cable's brainiest thriller sticks to the same manual in its highly anticipated second season.
Spurred by health problems and a fear of overstaying his welcome, the 73-year-old will abandon the weekly grind two weeks from now with a final show at the Hollywood Bowl.
Documentaries that take you into the wild don't have to make your stomach turn. After watching "The Hunt," extend your nature walk with these tranquil…
Denis Leary and Cameron Crowe live out different rock 'n' roll fantasies in two cable series.
Television rarely addresses organized religion in any sort of meaningful way, but if anyone can properly explore such tricky territory, it's creator Craig Wright, who has a master's of divinity degree from the United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities.
Journalists have descended on Minnesota — including some paying for news tips.
Ellen Barkin and her clan show a lot of skin as a California crime family.
The Nashville superstar prepares for one of the summer's most anticipated tours, which includes a pit stop Saturday night at Minnesota's Winstock Music Festival.
Lifetime's "UnREAL" earns a rose for its brutal takedown of reality television.
Anthony Hopkins rekindles an old love affair with Shakespeare in "The Dresser," co-starring Ian McKellen.
History Channel hopes to make Kunta Kinte relevant again.
Saturday's show in Minneapolis was sprinkled with more Minnesota references than usual.
A beloved, violent comic book comes to life on AMC, thanks to Seth Rogen & Co.
Late-night Sunday spot to be replaced by extended newscast.
Minnesota comedian Maria Bamford is poised to be Netflix's most reluctant star.
In a career filled with powerhouse performances, Bryan Cranston pulls out all the stops as Lyndon Baines Johnson.
"The Good Wife," which concludes Sunday, has always been the most ambitious, most intoxicating soap opera. Week in and week out, it was the sharpest written, most addictive show on network television. Here's why.
Minnesota goes under the blow dryer in an ESPN show airing Tuesday.
As "Game of Thrones" splits from the books, fantasy fans imagine what's next for HBO's hit show.
Viceland's best show will have you craving seconds from its controversial host.
Patience pays off in AMC's "The Night Manager," the latest interpretation of a John le Carré novel.
Thomas Jefferson would most likely flip his wig over the current state of politics, but it's safe to assume he'd be pleased with the condition of Charlottesville, Va., which served as both his home and artistic playpen.
As Garrison Keillor wraps up his farewell tour over the next 12 weeks, the public radio world is anxiously preparing for "A Prairie Home Companion" without him.
The HBO film "Confirmation," premiering April 16, is more interested in examining our tendency to squirm through social issues than engage in a celebrity edition of "Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire."
Oscar winner makes an excellent tour guide in new National Geographic doc.
The playwright's work still seeps into pop culture — and resonates with performers of all ages and backgrounds.
Sarah Paulson of 'American Horror Story' and 'The People v. O.J.' on playing different characters in the same series
Sarah Paulson and other versatile actors won't be tied down in bold new approaches to series TV.
Comic book TV shows are giving women and minorities a chance to show off their superpowers.
Those who slip into superhero costumes know they’re on borrowed time as comic-book franchises seem to trade in for younger models faster than most people…
WGN America is abandoning the Cubs for a new game. But will fans show up?
Saying goodbye to the PBS drama isn't as hard as we thought it would be.
At 83, Loretta Lynn is as sharp as ever, her wit and wherewithal on full display in a new "American Masters" documentary and a new album.
Twin Cities area bucks national trend by sticking with the "CBS Evening News" and its anchor.
Host Chris Rock and Oscar winners and presenters use platform to highlight Hollywood blind spot.
The question of whether he's really wrapping it up hung heavy over Saturday's emotional show.
A bullet from the Taliban couldn't kill the spirit of Malala Yousafzai, the subject of "He Named Me Malala."
Three new NBC series signal gains, but there's no guarantee of a more diverse future.
Martin Scorsese has never rocked out as hard as he has for "Vinyl," a new series about a label executive's inner war between a love for power and his love for soul music.
More than ever before, politicians are veering off the traditional campaign trail to hit the comedy circuit in hopes of reaching voters through their funny bones. The trend has led to some strange moments in an already strange political season.
"The Late Late Show" picks up Elton John for its hit segment "Carpool Karaoke" after the Super Bowl.
Having TV characters turn the small screen into a cabaret may be a hot trend, but it's not necessarily new.
The Cast of This Century takes on the Trial of Last Century, when O.J. Simpson was accused of murder.
Soccer is the star as we look at the number of live tweets worldwide during premiere broadcasts.
Agents Mulder and Scully are back on the case as "The X-Files" returns to TV.
Fans of "The X-Files" won't be disappointed by its return — as long as they skip opening night.
For the latest telling of "War and Peace," imagine "Game of Thrones" mixed with "Downton Abbey."
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