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The band, that is. Tennant, whose mini-series “Deadwater Fell” arrives April 6, also puts Tim Minchin and “Succession” on his list of essentials.
The actress, whose FX series returns on March 5, puts “All That Jazz,” A Tribe Called Quest and Norman Lear’s comedies on her list of must-haves.
The actress, who has returned to television with a CBS police drama, puts CNN, ABC Carpet & Home and her father’s sculptures on her list of essentials.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter and first-time Broadway librettist shares what she watched, read and listened to in a week.
The star of “Last Christmas” shares the movies, books and baked goods that top her list of essentials.
The actor, singer and former “Dear Evan Hansen” star discovers that Ryan Murphy, Richard Linklater and Stephen Sondheim are speaking the language he wants to hear.
While fans clamor to learn more about the next installments of the HBO series and spy film, this actor tries to just ride the wave.
She talks about playing the leading lady in “Much Ado About Nothing,” saying goodbye to “Orange Is the New Black,” and being a role model.
She talks about revisiting Armistead Maupin’s “Tales of the City” for a fourth time, and the potential impact of Georgia’s abortion bill on the production of Netflix’s “Ozark.”
The longtime friends and collaborators reunite for the West End debut of a 2009 comic drama, “The Starry Messenger.”
She talks about “The Good Fight,” her new baby, the craziness of art replicating life (and vice versa) — and why she still has hope.
Daly speaks about “Downstairs,” the play Theresa Rebeck wrote for him and his sister Tyne. He also discusses his life and his arts activism.
Mr. Diggs talks about his new CW series, “All American”; football and Colin Kaepernick; and a nagging question about identity.
Ms. James talks about sharing the screen with Meryl Streep and Cher in “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,” and why the World Cup is greater art than the theater.
Ms. Foster talks about the show’s decision to tap the brakes on romance and deal with some onscreen bad behavior during the #MeToo movement.
Mr. Parsons talks about his new movie, “A Kid Like Jake,” his return to Broadway in “The Boys in the Band” and life beyond “The Big Bang Theory.”
Ms. Burstyn talks about “The House of Tomorrow” and her relationship with Buckminster Fuller, her coming directorial debut and her own #MeToo story.
Mr. Harris talks about turning himself into the villainous Count Olaf in “A Series of Unfortunate Events” and about how he’s raising his own twins.
Ms. Jacobs, of “Community” fame, talks about the adrenaline rush of “Kings” at the Public, the gift of empathy and her own #MeToo moments.
Ms. Sevigny talks about starring in the new play, beating up stuffed animals for Pussy Riot and moving back to Manhattan.
Nick Kroll talks about Netflix’s “Big Mouth,” some lingering boyhood humiliations, the future of “Oh, Hello,” and why everyone likes the Rock.
For her performance as Offred, the longtime TV actor has received her eighth Emmy nomination.
Kevin Spacey makes his hosting debut at the Tony Awards. Niecy Nash stars as a nail salon owner moving uptown in “Claws.” And Lorde closes out Bonnaroo.
“Fortitude,” which brought terror to Norway, moves to Amazon Prime and adds Dennis Quaid. And the “Mystery Science Theater 3000” reboot is on Netflix.
Love it or hate it, “La La Land” finally dances onto streaming services. And in “In a World … ,” Lake Bell writes herself a role worthy of her talents.
Ms. del Castillo is the first lady of Mexico in the thriller “Ingobernable,” on Netflix. And Lady Gaga opens a season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” on VH1.
Ms. Wright discusses her characters on “The Americans” and “The Feud,” and her role in the Lynn Nottage play “Sweat.”
Ms. Keys pays homage to New York in a PBS series, “Landmarks Live in Concert: A Great Performances Special.”
Conan O’Brien, Rashida Jones, Shaq and others serenade the holidays. And Lin-Manuel Miranda and Michael Phelps reminisce about their very good years.
“Frozen,” the Disney blockbuster — and its song of empowerment, “Let It Go” — arrives on network television. And “The Dick Van Dyke Show” comes alive in color.
Ms. Vardalos is appearing at the Public Theater in “Tiny Beautiful Things” portraying Sugar, an advice columnist eventually revealed to be Ms. Strayed.