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The Globes often serve as a signal as to who might wind up with a more coveted Oscar nomination.
Notorious RBGThere's already been a feature film and a top-notch documentary celebrating the contributions of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but that shouldn't stop you from checking…
Soleil Moon Frye's love for her '80s kid sitcom character helped keep her sane.
St. Cloud morning show is trying to recover from an incident that led to its last host's resignation.
Change is gonna come"Soul!," the PBS program that celebrated African American dance, music and literature in the late '60s and early '70s, doesn't get mentioned…
An HBO documentary makes a devastating case against the filmmaker.
Kelly Klein will also receive $20,000 for medical bills and a vacation.
No deal"Cherries Wild" wants to appeal to the same viewers who played "Deal or No Deal," but this time the centerpiece is a three-story slot…
Leo Shidla thought that not "All Things" were being considered on NPR's flagship show. "Cool things," for one.
It may be time for one of late-night's most beloved comics to move on.
Geiger has spent most of the decade at the classic-hits/oldies station WDGY, headquartered in Hudson.
For the past three years, he was running the newsroom for the ABC affiliate in Seattle.
Agent Clarice Starling returns in a promising new CBS series.
Internal affairs"Women in Blue" investigates the Minneapolis Police Department, specifically its woeful record in hiring women for key positions. Former Chief Janeé Harteau is among…
The former WCCO anchor shared a love for Mark Twain with the celebrated actor.
What does the future of stand-up look like in the shadow of Trump?
Mother of inventionElizabeth Carmichael aspired to be the next Henry Ford, but she has more in common with Elizabeth Holmes, the con artist featured in…
Queen Latifah puts a new spin on a beloved character.
The 27th season premiere airs 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Tips on how to lower the temperature on social media without losing your mind.
Tunnel of loveEdward Burns made a name for himself in the 1990s with a string of romcoms that insisted that pretty people have problems, too.…
John Hanson, who grew up in the Twin Cities, returned home in 2018 for the WCCO programming position.
Can the CW's "Batwoman" survive a major departure?
Pete Lee's weekend stint at the Minneapolis club will be featured on the late-night show.
Fans of nonfiction TV have a new streaming platform to consider.
Comedy Camelot"Disenchantment" may not stick around as long as other Matt Groening projects, most notably "The Simpsons." So enjoy it while you can. Season 3…
Catch up with the world of "WandaVision" in the Marvel Cinematic Universe on Disney Plus.
Superheroes take on sitcoms in Marvel's thunderous step into TV.
One of this season's competitors on "RuPaul's Drag Race" hails from Minnesota —and wants the whole world to know it. Ethan Mundt, 25, performs under…
He quoted an expert as saying it was "highly likely" that people aligned with antifa may have been part of the violence at the U.S. Capitol.
The morning-drive host is looking forward to sleeping in.
To catch a thiefDespite its title, "Lupin" isn't really about the crafty burglar from French literature. He's merely the inspiration for vigilante Assane Diop (Omar…
A new documentary looks at the rise and fall (and rise again) of a legendary athlete.
A new take on James Herriot's beloved memoirs offers country comforts we need right now.
"It was time to move forward and start something new," the award-winning photographer wrote.
Owatonna's Anna Redman received the penultimate rose in Monday's season premiere.
Gotta serve somebodyBob Dylan offers up a rare on-screen interview to hail a musical chief in "Jimmy Carter, Rock & Roll President," a documentary that's…
"Call Me Kat" is the latest sitcom to have fun with the closing credits.
The show will focus on the podcast's role in the release of Curtis Flowers.
Just about every Midwestern state wants to claim Laura Ingalls Wilder, but a new PBS documentary gives Minnesota the strongest bragging rights.
Our critics discuss the highs and lows of 2020 quarantine viewing in their living rooms.
Scandalous"Bridgerton," a new series about upper-class courtship in 1810 London, opens with all the pomp and circumstance of PBS theater, the kind of British drama…
NONFICTION: In his memoir, Garrison Keillor waxes nostalgic for heroes of the past but saves his vitriol for his former employer.
Meteorologists Jason Disharoon and Sven Sundgaard are both gone, as is anchor Pat Evans.
Minnesota comic Andy Erikson's streaming special celebrates the holidays, and a new lease on life.
Como la flor The 1997 film “Selena” made Jennifer Lopez a superstar. “Selena: The Series,” also based on the rise of the late Selena Quintanilla,…
The adult animated series returns for a whole new round of tween angst.
The news program will focus on the death of Jan Kruse of Brewster, Minn.
Aaron Imholte had been with WHMH-FM in Sauk Rapids since 2014.
Hopkins High School graduate Hannah Olson makes an impressive directorial debut.
The father of invention “Zappa,” a thorough documentary on the life of Frank Zappa, helps dismiss the notion that the artist was merely a novelty…
The "Big Bang" star keeps showing off her comedy chops in her latest series.
His final show included his all-time favorite R&B classics.
Tasmanian devils In the 1990s, the hyperactive characters on “Animaniacs” tore up the Warner Bros. lot, ravaging pop-culture references in their path. It’s more of…
The Mayo Clinic's singing surgeon, who became a viral sensation in 2018 with his version of Mike Yung's "Alright," is back in the spotlight.
The "Daily Show" co-creator's topical performance will be available on-demand.
Popular sports pub and its Comedy Corner were inundated by smoke.
The loss of the Twin Cities' alternative weekly could provide an opportunity for other local entrepreneurs to fill the gap in local arts coverage.
James Hong, Minnesota's most prolific actor of all time, looks back on his storied career.
Far from Camelot Romantic notions about Ronald Reagan’s presidency are shattered in the four-part documentary “The Reagans,” which spends more time on the first lady’s…
The fourth season of 'The Crown" welcomes Princess Diana and Margaret Thatcher to the self-pity party.
The wrong stuff In “Moonbase 8,” John C. Reilly, Tim Heidecker and Fred Armisen play misfit astronauts assigned to a never-ending training exercise in the…
Stephen Colbert and company did little to hide their liberal leanings.
An executive producer for "The Dave Ryan Show" and a Cities 97.1 morning host both announced their departures on Monday.
While the 67-year-old news hound insists he'll still contribute special reports to WCCO and appear on KFAN, he officially slips into retirement after this election cycle.
"Queen's Gambit" is just one of many projects that celebrate the royal game.
But seriously, folks Viewers accustomed to watching Hugh Laurie play acerbic characters like he did in “House” and “Veep” may be disappointed in his latest…
The meteorologist has been with the station for 43 years.
The radio personality is receiving treatment at the Mayo Clinic.
What's life like for a St. Paul native covering President Donald Trump during unprecedented times?
The movie version of Zach Sobiech's life borrows true details as well as items from his bedroom.
Why are Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant so compelling? Here are a few clues.
Growing up “Chelsea Handler: Evolution,” the comedian’s first stand-up special in six years, seems familiar in the first 20 minutes with lots of jokes about private…
Another high-ranking executive at Minnesota Public Radio has announced he’s leaving the company. Tim Roesler, senior vice president and chief business development officer for MPR…
New episodes of David Letterman's Netflix series include a conversation with the onetime Minnesotan.