Comcast, which owns NBC, adds feature that will allow its X1 customers to vote for singers on "The Voice" from their television sets.
What's new or noteworthy on TV in the coming week.
Showtime's "City on a Hill" casts the Philadelphia native as a "corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran" in a fictionalized version of a 1990s police story.
"The Mother of Black Hollywood: A Memoir"
6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the African American Museum, 701 Arch St.
The actress who plays Tracee Ellis Ross' formidable mother-in-law on ABC will be in Philadelphia on Thursday to talk about her new memoir.
What's new or noteworthy on television in the coming week.
The Grammy-winning Philadelphian will play the "tough but loving" mother of Queen Latifah's character in a multi-episode arc next spring.
The tale of a Canadian servant who may or may not have killed her boss is no "Handmaid's Tale," but the performances are the payoff.
Former FBI profiler John E. Douglas, the inspiration for Jonathan Groff's character, likes that the David Fincher series doesn't paint murderers as "magicians."
Meeting a producer in a hotel room to discuss business was "absolutely normal," said Bucks County-born Lauren Holly.
10 p.m. Sunday, Showtime.
Fans are wondering whether, if Price, accused of having crudely, and repeatedly, propositioned "Man in the High Castle producer" Isa Hackett, doesn't come back, "Good Girls Revolt" might.
What's new or noteworthy in the coming week.
The stories Hollywood tells about itself don't have to be about sexual abuse to show a culture where it could easily thrive.
Susan Kelechi Watson's character may see things more clearly than we do through that film of tears.
If you missed these shows the first time around, it doesn't have to mean you've missed them forever.
Ellen Gray is the television critic for the Daily News and the Inquirer, and has written about TV since 1994. Her mind will go blank if you ask her to name her favorite show, because she has so many, but she would love to hear about yours.
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