television

‘Emotions are just so close to the surface right now’: Hoda Kotb cried on live televison, and everyone gets it

Around the world, emotions are running high as people face the uncertainty of coronavirus

Disney’s latest heroine is like ‘a mini James Bond, but less smug,’ says Jameela Jamil

‘Mira, Royal Detective’ premieres Friday on Disney

What author Celeste Ng wants you to know before you watch ‘Little Fires Everywhere’

The miniseries, based on Ng’s book, dropped on Hulu on Wednesday

Why are people obsessed with Netflix’s ‘Love Is Blind’?

‘It’s outrageous in the best possible way’

Autistic people on TV are often white men. ‘The Outsider’ tells a different story.

In the HBO series, Cynthia Erivo plays Holly Gibney, a strange and gentle private investigator

BBC announced the next star of ‘Doctor Who.’ Is it a sign sci-fi is finally more diverse?

‘Science fiction is definitely not white men’

This ad does something ‘rare’ — it shows a woman proposing to a man

The Booking.com ad drummed up buzz after airing during the Grammys

The ‘Party of Five’ reboot revolves around the trauma of family separation. Is it empathetic, or exploitative?

Freeform’s fresh take on the ’90s hit drama follows five siblings figuring out life after their parents are deported

Netflix’s new ‘Goop Lab’ needs more normal people and less Gwyneth Paltrow

The show’s most moving and vulnerable moments feature everyday people