Showtime scooped up YouTube’s dark comedy “On Becoming a God in Central Florida.”
Christopher Lawrence is the movie critic for the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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You could pre-game the alien-themed festival just by bingeing all 14 seasons of History’s “Ancient Aliens.”
Danny McBride returns to the pay channel that was the home of his comedies “Eastbound & Down” and “Vice Principals.”
The Amazing Johnathan is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside the guy whose act included a joke that, decades later, remains among the most original and deeply wrong things you could ever hope to hear.
The show’s creators, Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, led around 20 members of the writing staff on a three-day fact-finding mission to Las Vegas.
Samantha Busch, who’s been married to NASCAR champion and Las Vegas native Kyle Busch since 2010, may have found the first rational reason to star in a reality show.
The actor, known for his portrayal of the android Data, will perform a concert in conjunction with the convention, returning Wednesday at the Rio.
“The Boys” takes a deliciously cynical look at the greed and corruption behind the superhero industrial complex, while “Pennyworth traces the origins of Bruce Wayne’s butler.
The series that ran from 2004-07 is back with a batch of eight new episodes premiering Friday on Hulu.
These series, lasting anywhere from six to 15 seasons, should make it easier for you to spend all of your upcoming leisure time indoors.
From the Neil Armstrong biopic “First Man” to “Amazon Women on the Moon,” some of these are more helpful than others.
“Christmas: A First Look Preview Special,” offering glimpses at the channel’s upcoming slate of original holiday movies, airs at 10 p.m. Saturday.
CBS is about to air its version of the British realithy show a whopping five nights a week.
The new season wears its 1985 setting on its sleeve, complete with shoutouts to “Back to the Future,” mall culture and New Coke.
Russell Crowe stars as Roger Ailes in Showtime’s new series “The Loudest Voice,” but how does he stack up against Christian Bale’s Dick Cheney in “Vice”?