Norman Lear Reveals Potential Changes to 'One Day at a Time' for Latino Remake
The prolific TV writer appeared at TCA ahead of his 'American Masters' docu.
'Sherlock' EP Teases a More "Polished" Sherlock, Weighs In on BBC Turmoil
"The BBC has been a beacon and an icon, and to damage that for temporary political gain is vandalism of the worst kind," Steven Moffat said Saturday at TCA.
Andre Benjamin to Co-Star in 'American Crime' Season 2
He'll star opposite Regina King in ABC's anthology drama.
'Fear the Walking Dead' Producers Defend Title, Answer Burning Questions
Don't expect to hear 'walkers' or find out the cause of the outbreak.
PBS Announces 'Danny Elfman's Music From the Films of Tim Burton' Special
The concert will feature the scores from 'Batman,' 'Edward Scissorhands' and more.
AMC Orders Docudrama 'The West' From Robert Redford
The cable network also has renewed 'The Making of the Mob' for a second season.
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‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp’: TV Review
Netflix’s very funny "Wet Hot American Summer" revival revisits the denizens of Camp Firewood fourteen years later and two months earlier.
'I Am Cait': TV Review
In her new E! reality series, Caitlyn Jenner deals with the complicated repercussions of her transition into life as a woman.
'Home Free': TV Review
Nine couples compete to win the home of their dreams in FOX's new reality series.
'White People': TV Review
MTV attempts to stoke the cultural conversation with a superficial doc about race in America.
'Descendants': TV Review
The children of Disney villains are the heroes in the newest offering from director and choreographer Kenny Ortega.