When “Curb Your Enthusiasm” debuted all the way back on Oct. 15, 2000, HBO was three seasons into “Sex and the City,” two seasons into “The Sopranos” and two years away from euthanizing “Arli$$.”
For its 19th edition, scheduled for Thursday through Jan. 26, the festival is reaching farther outside the tent than ever before.
It’s always hard to tell what will connect with audiences this far out. After all, this time last year, “Cats” looked like a technological marvel and surefire smash.
You don’t have to wait for the new year for a new wave of TV shows.
For the most part, the big-screen adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber mega-musical succeeds only in raising an alarming number of questions.
To appropriate R.E.M.’s rapid-fire 1987 anthem: It’s the end of “Star Wars” as we know it, and I feel fine.
The stand-up special debuting Friday on the pay channel captures “80-85 percent” of the vibe of his local showcase, the veteran comedian says.
In addition to the hundreds of movies in its archives that will pretty much be playing on a loop until the end of the year, Hallmark is unleashing 26 new holiday films.
You know you’re in for a wild couple of months at the movies when the phrase “Oscar buzz for Adam Sandler” isn’t the most jarringly discordant thing you’ll encounter.
The show will record four episodes on Sunday and Monday at Paris Las Vegas with guests including Carrot Top, Christina Aguilera and Criss Angel.