It’s the beginning of the end for "Ozark," with the first half of its final season. Jason Katims presents "As We See It," a moving dramedy about three young roommates on the spectrum.
CBS’ hit comedy "Ghosts" introduces a new spirit when Hetty’s philandering husband emerges from a secret vault. Freeform’s "Single Drunk Female" follows a 20something on the rocky road to recovery.
After a 19-month break during the pandemic, "The Amazing Race" resumes in Switzerland. Nature reprises its "Animals with Cameras" miniseries for a second season.
Hilary Duff leads a fresh ensemble in Hulu’s "How I Met Your Father." Fathers have their say, if not always their way, in a moving episode of "This Is Us."
Rebecca Sonnenshine answers our burning questions and reveals what she hopes to explore in Season 2.
Showtime brings back "Ray Donovan" for a movie-length finale to bring closure to the dark drama. Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand headline "The Tragedy of Macbeth," generating Oscar buzz.
Paranormal investigator Steve Shippy and psychic medium Cindy Kaz explore the horrific history of 'The Gainesville Ripper' like never before.
Isla Fisher and Josh Gad star in Peacock’s "Wolf Like Me," a romantic dramedy with a hair-raising twist. John Cena reprises his role as the vigilante "Peacemaker" in an action-comedy for HBO Max.
Cheer on the competitive cheerleading squads in a second season of Netflix’s "Cheer." CNBC’s "American Greed" marks its 200th episode with a timely recap of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes’ fraud trial.
RuPaul’s Emmy-winning drag-stravagazna returns for a 14th season of fabulous sashaying. A weekend of vintage episodes saluting the late, great Betty White begins with a broadcast of her 1978 celebrity roast.
Adrienne Warren embodies civil-rights figure Mamie Till-Mobley in a powerful limited series for ABC. On new hit sitcom "Ghosts," Sam’s ability to see spirits gets personal.
"The Amazing Race" returns. A new medical drama stars "Chicago P.D." veteran Sophia Bush. Food Network’s "Worst Cooks in America" is back to remind us that not everyone has mad kitchen skills.
The first Tuesday of 2022 is jam-packed with premieres, including the openers for the final seasons of "This Is Us" and "black-ish" — with Michelle Obama guesting on the latter.
Find out the premiere dates for the midseason lineup, plus when fall shows return from winter hiatus.
Fox’s "Fantasy Island" reboot returns for a holiday special. A special edition of cult comedy "Reno 911!" sends the wacky deputies on a special mission.
The "Kennedy Center Honors" salutes one of the most eclectic gathering of entertainment legends to date. "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and "Hawkeye" end their seasons.
"Being the Ricardos" goes behind the scenes with "I Love Lucy" during a tumultuous week. Michelle makes her choice — or does she? — on the Bachelorette finale. Jim Gaffigan performs stand-up in a new Netflix special.
Allan and The Witcher's showrunner on bringing the pendulum scene and more to life onscreen.
Star mocked the ABC show while performing in Los Angeles.
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Two-time Oscar winner Mahershala Ali stars in Apple’s "Black Mirror"-like allegory "Swan Song." Netflix’s buzzy "The Witcher" returns for a second season.
Even by Peak TV standards, this mid-December Thursday is remarkably overstuffed, especially in the ever-bustling streaming world.
After a grueling season, a sole "Survivor" will claim the $1 million prize. NBC opens a gift bag of holiday episodes from sitcoms that have sat on the shelf all fall.
The musical stars come out to perform when a new winner of "The Voice" is announced. NBC previews the midseason sitcom "Grand Crew," a slice-of-life comedy about Black friends in Los Angeles.
The epic sci-fi drama "The Expanse" launches its final season on Prime Video. Good grief: Apple TV+ presents a new "Peanuts" special set on New Year’s Eve.