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Late Night Hosts Celebrate Trump’s Indictment: “Historic and It’s Funny”

Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and 'Daily Show' guest host John Leguizamo all tackled the news that a New York grand jury voted to indict the former president, speculating about what comes next for the ex-commander-in-chief.

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Brett Goldstein Details ‘Ted Lasso’ Cast White House Visit

When the Ted Lasso cast got invited to visit the White House, Brett Goldstein admitted that despite it being a “privilege” to be there, there was one ongoing issue he had to deal with: He didn’t know what to do with his hands. “It was amazing and it was an honor and it was a […]

‘King of Collectibles’ Trailer Offers First Glimpse of Star-Studded Hobby (Exclusive)

On April 28, Netflix will take viewers inside the world of rare sports cards and collectibles with one of the industry’s best-known experts: Ken Goldin. Goldin and his team at Goldin Auctions will be the centerpiece of the newest transactional TV series, King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch, a six-episode, half-hour series that offers a […]

Batter Up! The Voice of the Dodgers on the Start of a New Baseball Season

Welcome to the 208th episode of TV’s Top 5, The Hollywood Reporter’s TV podcast. Every week, hosts Lesley Goldberg (West Coast TV editor) and Daniel Fienberg (chief TV critic) break down the latest TV news with context from the business and critical sides, welcome showrunners, executives and other guests, and provide a critical guide of what to watch (or skip, as […]

‘Yellowjackets’ Bosses Explain Shocking Episode and “Perversely Celebratory” Final Scene

[This story contains major spoilers from the second episode of Yellowjackets season two, “Edible Complex.”] Yes, that just happened. Yellowjackets has been prepping its audience that cannibalism was coming, and it arrived in a big way when Showtime’s hit survival series returned to the wilderness in season two. The premiere had ended with a shocking […]

‘Bachelor’ Creator Mike Fleiss Responds to Report of Investigation Into Racial Discrimination Amid Show Exit

Two days after news broke that The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss was exiting the franchise that premiered more than two decades ago, he has responded to a report that his departure followed an investigation into racial discrimination, with Fleiss acknowledging that he could have done more to engender diversity. Variety published a report Thursday stating […]

Jason Ritter Reflects on How Alcoholism Battle Impacted Early Relationship With Melanie Lynskey

Jason Ritter is sharing how his struggle with alcoholism affected his relationship early on with Melanie Lynskey. During the married couple’s appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show on Wednesday, Barrymore asked Ritter when he knew Lynskey was the one. However, Ritter explained why it wasn’t necessarily “as cute of a story” as many may think. […]

Amazon Recruits Former Marvel Bigwig in Push for Comic Book Films, TV Series

Amazon has recruited one of Marvel’s former bigwigs as the streamer plans a greater focus on comic book films and TV series. Joe Quesada, the former Marvel Comics editor-in-chief and ex-Marvel Entertainment chief creative officer, has signed an exclusive first-look film and television deal with the retail giant. Under the deal, Quesada will focus on […]

‘Star Wars’ Series ‘Skeleton Crew’ Enlists ‘Green Knight’ Director David Lowery

The crew for one of Star Wars‘ upcoming series continues to fill out. Green Knight filmmaker David Lowery is among the directors of Skeleton Crew, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. The series wrapped production in recent months. However, news of who directed is just now coming out, with more expected to be revealed later. Earlier […]

‘The Power’ Review: Toni Collette and John Leguizamo in an Amazon Sci-Fi Thriller Full of Untapped Potential

Based on Naomi Alderman's novel, the series is set in a world suddenly transformed when teenage girls develop the ability to generate electric jolts from their fingertips.

Lou Gehrig Series From Lorne Michaels in the Works at Apple (Exclusive)

Apple is turning its lens on the Iron Horse. The iPhone maker/streamer is teaming with Universal Television and Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video to adapt author Jonathan Eig’s book, Luckiest Man: The Life and Death of Lou Gehrig, as a scripted television series, sources say. Dan Kay (the upcoming Spider & Jessie) is on board to […]

Paramount+ Orders Diverse, Teen-Focused ‘Star Trek: Starfleet Academy’ Series

It’s official: Paramount+ has ordered a Starfleet Academy TV series. After more than a year in development, the streamer has greenlit Star Trek: Starfleet Academy, plus released a description of the show. The new series description and quote below from the showrunners seems to hint at a more soapy YA Trek than the other shows, […]

Watch Woody Harrelson and Justin Theroux Accidentally Topple the Presidency in ‘White House Plumbers’ Trailer

The first footage from Watergate series White House Plumbers includes Woody Harrelson saying, “We’ll be laughed at as third-rate burglars forever. People need to understand why we did what we did.” Based on the teaser trailer first released of the anticipated HBO limited series from Veep showrunner David Mandel, White House Plumbers will do just […]