Louis C.K.’s never been one to shy away from the heavy-hitting topics, and his newest comedy special isn't different.
Fargo, a must-watch show on FX that's available to stream via Hulu, comes out with its third season on April 19.
Dave Chappelle's decade-long disappearing act from the industry didn’t affect his ability to maintain relevancy with a crowd of long-time fans and newcomers.
Schumer’s comedic timing and delivery kept me interested, even though some of the stories were recycled.
For those who don’t know, “K-dramas” are the regular television shows broadcast in South Korea that have recently become popular among Westerners.
A list of some of the best Netflix comedy specials featuring women.
The 2017 Academy Awards wasn’t a night of many surprises, that is, until the very end. As expected, the “La La Land” wins were plenty and the Trump references were frequent.
In a time when both workplace comedies and police shows reign supreme, one series combines them with utter hilarity: “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”
After the bloodbath that was Monday’s episode of “The Bachelor,” it’s time to decide who the next bachelorette should be.
Alec Baldwin has practically become a cast member of “SNL” again due to his popular portrayal of President Trump, so it only felt natural to see him on the stage as a host.
Kristen Stewart isn’t normally associated with comedy, but she was able to showcase her dry humor on this week’s “SNL” episode.
David Simon’s criminal-drama TV show “The Wire” can teach us a thing or two about life, race and various institutions on any given day.
After last week’s episode I had lost a lot of hope in “SNL’s” comeback this season.
Every time I finish watching one of John Mulaney’s comedy specials, I feel like I just completed an entire week's worth of ab workouts.
I thought this episode would continue the show’s comeback. I was wrong.
Mondays have suddenly become a lot less drab: “The Bachelor” is back.
A mystery drama series, “The OA” quietly appeared overnight on Dec. 16. The description was all too vague for me to avoid watching the first episode, “To some, she's a miracle.
Here, I list America’s best sitcoms: the ones that’ll never get old and will possibly help you feel better about your own life and future during these next few stressful weeks.
Take a look to see if your top 13 match mine and relive the greatest night of the year.
“Fate/Zero” follows several wizards competing for the Holy Grail, an ancient relic that appears every 400 years in order to grant one person one omnipotent wish.
Based on the 1973 movie of the same name, “Westworld” follows the intertwining lives of three groups of people that are all involved in some capacity with Westworld, a technologically fabricated, Western-themed amusement park.
Think of Miranda Sings on her YouTube channel and it’s exactly what you get — a selfish, untalented, awkward yet confident girl in search of fame, messy red lipstick and all.
With six seasons over the span of eight years, the award-winning HBO hit series “The Sopranos” gave name to quality crime drama TV.
Season six of “American Horror Story” is different from the others in that even though it already premiered, there’s still a bevy of unanswered questions, including what the season’s even about.
To add some much-needed variety to my courseload, I picked up a copy of Amy Schumer’s new book, “The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo.”
It’s time to figure out which of the six remaining guys in JoJo’s harem should be the next “Bachelor.” This is a very important decision for ABC, so I hope they take this well thought-out list into consideration.
Breaking down the best and worst men from Monday night's premiere.
Looking for an educational show that sheds light on societal and political issues?
With “Damien,” the plot is worth the watch, but the actors and production team lack talent.
It’s definitely not something to binge watch or lose sleep over.
I can already feel my heart brimming with joy as America’s favorite family invites me back into their home.
Author, comedian and hilariously offensive TV personality Chelsea Handler is back and fresher than ever in her new four-part Netflix docuseries “Chelsea Does.”
For those fans of the strange, creepy and just straight weird — “Bates Motel” is the show for you.
When it leaked that the cast of the hit sitcom "Friends"was going to reunite for a two-hour long special, tons of devoted fans marked their calendars, including myself.
Mountains of cocaine, killer rock music from the 1970s and a corrupt record label to manage it all.
From riots to suspects on the run, the show leaves you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.
This season is rife with the clever writing that Downton is known for.
If you’re finally coming down from the recent “Star Wars” phenomenon and want a new kind of clone wars to watch, check out “Orphan Black” from BBC America.
“Mr. Show with Bob and David” premiered on HBO on Nov. 3, 1995, a month before I was born. Twenty years later, Netflix rounded up Bob Odenkirk and David Cross along with the rest of the cast, took some comedy polisher and made them shiny and ready to make people laugh again. With “W/ Bob &am…
Produced by Ansari himself and Alan Yang, the show is focused on Dev, a 30-year-old actor in New York most known for his role in a Go-Gurt commercial.
The challenge is most definitely accepted in CBS’s new TV series “Supergirl,” which premiered Oct. 19.
The show first aired in 2003 and will draw the curtain after 22 “cycles,” or seasons.
The show follows a young woman, Alex Parrish, as she trains at the FBI boot camp in Quantico, Virginia, along with other young FBI hopefuls.
Within its 10 seasons, the show has had a mixture of both iconic and underrated episodes.
So begins my addiction with another blood-soaked season of “American Horror Story.”
ABC’s “Nashville” started its fourth season on Sept. 23 and so far the show has not been quite as good as its first three seasons.
Initially, I was rather worried for Stephen Colbert. Sure, he was getting a major promotion when he was called up to end his award-winning “Colbert Report” and replace David Letterman as host of late-night juggernaut “The Late Show.” In all sense of the word, Colbert was getting a huge boost…
The racist and offensive language is set less than seven minutes into the two-hour premiere, and while I’m sure the intent was to be so offensive that it was funny, that concept was completely lost for me.