Make us your home page
Instagram

TV & Media

  1. President Trump omnipresent over Emmy Awards ceremony (w/video)

    The Feed

    NEW YORK — President Donald Trump never won an Emmy, it's true. But his presence was felt at this year's television awards ceremony more than any actor, writer or producer.

    Dave Chappelle, left, presents the award for outstanding directing for a comedy series for the "Atlanta" episode "B.A.N." to Donald Glover at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. [Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP]
  2. Who will win big (we hope) at the Emmys on Sunday

    The Feed

    TV is the perfect escape, and boy, do we need to after that anxiety-ridden storm week. And Sunday's Emmys will honor the best distractions we have.

    Elisabeth Moss as Offred in "The Handmaid's Tale." Moss is nominated for an Emmy Award for outstanding lead actress in a drama series .  The Emmy Awards ceremony, will air on Sept. 17. (Hulu via AP)
  3. Fall TV Preview: Let us be your guides to best and not-so-great shows

    The Feed

    You're never going to be able to watch everything. That's a fact. We're spinning through a never, never-ending cycle of new TV, and network execs still bank on the fall season to unleash most of their new stuff.

    LUKE BROOKES   |   Special to the Times
  4. Fall TV schedule: When do my shows come back? A list of premieres

    The Feed

    To reflect the overabundance of television choices, below you'll find the series premiere dates from the five major networks — ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW — and more.

    Noah Schnapp, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb Mclaughlin all return for the second season of Stranger Things on Netflix, premiering Friday, Oct. 27. (Netflix)
  5. Fall TV Preview: 'The Brave,' 'SEAL Team' and 'Valor' highlight a pro-military trend

    The Feed

    These three new dramas suggest a trend in pro-military TV. With the current political climate, TV execs think it's time for the true heroes — with beards — to step up and get the bad guys.

    THE BRAVE -- "Pilot" Episode 101 -- Pictured: Mike Vogel as Captain Adam Dalton -- (Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/NBC)
  6. Fall TV Preview: 'Young Sheldon,' 'Ghosted' and 'The Mayor' show off this season's funny dudes

    The Feed

    Fall TV continues to bank on leading men to give us laughs. Spoiler: Not all of them do.

    GHOSTED:  L-R: Adam Scott and Craig Robinson in GHOSTED premiering this fall on FOX.
????2017 Fox Broadcasting Co.  Cr: Kevin Estrada/Fox
  7. Fall TV Preview: 'At Home With Amy Sedaris,' 'SMILF' highlight this season's funny women

    The Feed

    As you can see, there aren't as many funny leading ladies out there. However, we'll be tuning in for all of these.

    BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JULY 27:  (L-R) Executive producers Adam McKay, Sarah Silverman and Gavin Purcell speak onstage during Summer TCA at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 27, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for Hulu)
  8. Fall TV Preview: 'DuckTales,' 'Dynasty' and 'Star Trek' lead the pack of revivals and spinoffs

    The Feed

    Another season, and TV execs are still relying on old ideas. However, most, if not all, of these are intriguing enough to get our attention for at least a few episodes.

    YOUNG SHELDON is a new half-hour, single-camera comedy created by Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro, that introduces "The Big Bang Theory\'s" Sheldon Cooper  (Iain Armitage), a 9-year-old genius living with his mother (Zoe Perry), father and two siblings in East Texas and going to high school.  YOUNG SHELDON will have a special Monday launch behind the season premiere of THE BIG BANG THEORY on Sept. 25 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT).  On Nov. 2, YOUNG SHELDON will move to its regular time period, Thursdays (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Robert Voets/CBS ?ˆšƒ??‚?ˆš‚????2017 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  9. Fall TV Preview: 'Law and Order True Crime,' 'Alias Grace' and more juicy crime shows to add to your list

    The Feed

    Crime stories are the true American TV backbone, and this season is filled with plenty of new takes on the classic genre.

    Ioan Gruffudd as Andrew Earlham, Joanne Froggatt as Laura Nielson?? - Liar _ Season 1, Episode 1 - Photo Credit: Two Brothers Pictures/ITV/SundanceTV
  10. Fall TV Preview: 'Star Trek,' three new Marvel shows prove we still love people with powers

    The Feed

    The glut of new sci-fi and paranormal shows doesn't take a back seat in the USS Enterprise this season. ABC, Fox and Hulu all bring series based on Marvel comics, Star Trek gets a sequel spinoff series and a wildly popular spooky podcast debuts on the small screen. Boldly go, TV nerds.

    THE ORVILLE:  L-R:  Seth MacFarlane, Halston Sage and J Lee in the ?ˆš’About a Girl?ˆš“ episode of THE ORVILLE airing Thursday, Sept. 21 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.  ????2017 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Jordin Althaus/FOX