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Carrie Fisher’s Broadway show about her bumpy life has been turned into a film on HBO, which is also showing an interview with her mother, Debbie Reynolds.
Sutton Foster stars as a 40-year-old unemployed mother who poses as 26 to win an entry-level position in the publishing industry.
Leonard Nimoy’s irresistibly distinct, coldblooded and cerebral Mr. Spock was something new and long-lasting.
Those who watched the musical “Peter Pan Live!” on NBC on Thursday in hopes of lighting up the Twittersphere with catty commentary were doomed to disappointment.
NBC tried to graft audiences’ love for a 1965 movie onto the fascination with reality shows Thursday night in a live “Sound of Music,” starring Carrie Underwood.
The first round on Monday in this week's "Jeopardy!" competition between two former champions and Watson, the I.B.M. computer, was supposed to be a man vs. machine, guys against gadget, brai…
"Skins" isn't as irresponsible as some critics have claimed. Neither is Al Jazeera English. But only one is getting a chance to prove it.
The 10th season of "American Idol" began on Wednesday night, with the star power of Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler in place of the snark of Simon Cowell.
Piers Morgan's first night in Larry King's chair was a disappointment, the promised danger and unpredictability didn't arrive during his interview of Oprah Winfrey.
"Live to Dance" has its premiere on CBS.
OWN's programming is full of people finding their truths and living their own best lives, with an absence of malice or mockery.
Bristol Palin signed up for "Dancing with the Stars" hoping to emerge from her mother's long shadow and establish her own identity. But her image-changing exercise didn't really pan out.
But Conan O'Brien, on the first night of his new TBS show, lingered perhaps a little too long and self-indulgently on his émigré status, stuck at times in the pleasures of self-pity.