This week’s top choices include the debut of “Star Trek: Picard” on CBS All Access.
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$$.”
Ken Jennings won his third match of the prime-time event to finish off Las Vegas professional sports bettor James Holzhauer and earn $1 million.
Las Vegas resident Deanna Thompson is at the center of a new Netflix documentary series, “Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer.”
Las Vegan Deanna Thompson explains how “Making a Murderer” — the hit Netflix true crime series that became a sensation upon the release of its first season in 2015 — came about.
Martin Lawrence, the comic-actor who starred in 1995’s “Bad Boys,” opposite Will Smith, again teams up with his old friend in “Bad Boys for Life,” due out Jan. 17.
James Holzhauer would have a better chance at winning “Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time” tournament if Ken Jennings would stop copying his aggressive betting strategy.
Ken Jennings took a 2-1 lead over Las Vegan James Holzhauer in the “Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time” tournament with a victory in the third match Thursday.
He also wrote “Catch-22,” the Barbra Streisand comedies “The Owl and the Pussycat” and “What’s Up, Doc” and director Gus Van Sant’s 1995 film “To Die For.”
This week’s top choices include the debut of HBO’s 10-episode adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Outsider.”