Skip to main content
Got a tip?


optional screen reader


Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the 50 Best TV Shows of the 21st Century (So Far)

Over the course of a few months, several Zoom meetings, lots of emails and countless Excel spreadsheets, three THR TV critics joined forces to hash out, and rank, what they consider the greatest shows since 2000.

Latest TV

Bad Bunny Faces Off Against Himself in WWE-Style Promo for ‘Saturday Night Live’

Bad Bunny has a few choice insults for himself in the first promo for his upcoming episode of Saturday Night Live. The singer and actor is set to make his hosting debut for the Oct. 21 episode and will also serve as musical guest. Bad Bunny was previously the musical guest for a season 46 […]

‘The Late Show’ Cancels Week of Shows as Stephen Colbert Recovers From COVID-19

The Late Show is coming out of CBS’ rotation at least until next week as host Stephen Colbert recovers from a COVID-19 diagnosis. The comedian and late night host on Wednesday shared the news that he would be out and unable to tape for the remainder of the week, via X, the platform formerly known […]

‘Bodies’ Review: Netflix’s Sharply Acted Time-Travel Series Does Justice to Its Wild Premise

Four London detectives in four different time periods stumble upon the same mysterious body in a limited series starring Shira Haas ('Unorthodox').

Wattpad Webtoon, Christopher Yost Adapting Sci-Fi Webnovel ‘Hawk’

Wattpad Webtoon Studios is tackling an adaptation of Hawk, its popular sci-fi webnovel by Mike Booth, tapping Christopher Yost to pen the project. The project is being developed as an animated series, which Yost, a Marvel Comics scribe who segued to screenwriting with Thor: Ragnarok and The Mandalorian, will write. Executive producing will be Aron […]

Golden Globes Donates $75,000 to Committee to Protect Journalists Amid Israel-Hamas War

The Golden Globes Awards has donated $75,000 to the Committee to Protect Journalists, an independent, nonprofit organization that defends the right of journalists to safely report in war zones, without harm or fear of reprisal. “As we have done previously during the Afghanistan and Ukraine conflicts, we remain steadfast in our commitment to support the courageous […]

Heather McMahan Talks New Netflix Special: “I’m Ready for My Melissa-McCarthy-in-‘Bridesmaids’ Moment”

In July 2019, comedian Heather McMahan was at a Lululemon-sponsored Malibu retreat when she got a phone call that changed her life — after a suggestion from Maria Shriver (who followed McMahan, also host of the Absolutely Not podcast, on Instagram), the Today show asked her to join Jenna Bush Hager as a fourth-hour guest co-host. […]

Fisher Stevens on Getting David Beckham to Talk, That Rolls-Royce Moment and Making Athletes Emotional

Almost two weeks ago, Netflix dropped its Beckham docuseries — giving viewers perhaps the most access ever to the soccer star subject. That has less to do with the project’s four-plus-hour runtime, however, than it does with the fact that David Beckham, for all of his fame, has never been much of a talker. “I don’t […]

MIPCOM: Global TV Industry Braces for Downturn, Disruption and “Blood in the Water”

Major construction work along Cannes’ famed Croisette has turned this most glamorous of French seaside towns into a chaotic building site. Television executives, in town for the MIPCOM Cannes international TV confab, which runs through Thursday, Oct. 19, have been forced to run a gauntlet of concrete slabs and roped-off danger zones. It’s an apt […]

‘Only Murders in the Building’ Season 4: Everything to Know About the Next Whodunnit

[This story includes major spoilers for season three of Only Murders in the Building.] Only Murders in the Building season three went out with a bang — literally. After revealing that the (spoiler alert!) producers of Death Rattle Dazzle, Cliff (Wesley Taylor) and Donna (Linda Emond), were the ones who killed Ben Glenroy (Paul Rudd) […]

Oscar-Winning Duo Behind ‘Two Distant Strangers’ Launch “Unreasnble” New Company (Exclusive)

Travon Free and Martin Desmond Roe have found their next act. The Oscar-winning duo behind police brutality short Two Distant Strangers and, more recently, HBO’s BS High, have teamed with Group Nine Studios’ former president Mickey Meyer to launch a new entertainment company titled The Unreasnble. The goal of the full-service media company is to […]

Suzanne Somers’ Husband Alan Hamel Recalls Final Days With His Wife of 46 Years: “It Was Very Peaceful”

Suzanne Somers’ longtime husband Alan Hamel recalled his final days with his wife of 46 years during a virtual appearance on the Today show. The Canadian producer told Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie that he was going in and out of grief, following Somers’ death on Sunday in Palm Springs after a 23-year battle with […]

‘The Changeling’ Showrunner and Author on Plans for a Second — and Final — Season

[This story contains spoilers for the season finale of The Changeling.] The Changeling showrunner Kelly Marcel, and author and executive producer Victor LaValle, say last Friday’s season finale was never designed to be an ending for the adaptation. But, they did want viewers to come away from the Apple TV+ series’ first season with a […]

Tim Allen Faces Rival Santa Played by Eric Stonestreet in ‘Santa Clauses’ Season 2 Trailer

The mood isn’t entirely cheery as Tim Allen faces some serious competition in the trailer for the second season of Disney+’s The Santa Clauses. This holiday-themed series returns to the platform with its two-episode season premiere set for Nov. 8, following the first season that launched last year. Eric Stonestreet joins the cast as Magnus […]