Jessica Tarlov, an occasional guest on the network, will now contribute analysis on both FNC and Fox Business Channel.
"Inside the NBA" analyst's new TNT docu-series, "American Race," will get a special preview after Sunday's playoff game.
Genealogy gets down and dirty as people looking to better understand their ancestors strive to get ahead while living in squalor.
The South Jersey native, who teased the reveal in a tweet to her 1.6 million followers on Sunday, introduced the former "American Idol" host on Monday's show.
Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel becomes a Starz series, PBS unveils another history-rooted social experiment, and two Philadelphia filmmakers bring the story of Batman's long-uncredited co-creator to Hulu.
Ellen DeGeneres' "Puppy Episode" was one stop on a long (and interesting) road.
The Washington Post reporter and NBC/MSNBC political analyst, who recently added PBS's "Washington Week" to his duties, talks about covering the Trump administration, the "train that never stops."
The Oscar-winning director took his skills to television, too.
The "Deadwood" actor insists he wasn't first choice for the part of the mysterious grifter who sets off on a road trip with an ex-convict in Starz's adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel.
Magazine's anatomy-rich description should turn even the CNN anchor's frown upside down.
Robert Costa, a Washington Post reporter, will make his debut as the late Gwen Ifill's permanent successor at 8 p.m. Friday.
It's no longer called "The Race Card," but former Sixer Charles Barkley's look at race in America is coming to TV next month.
Oprah Winfrey gives a heartbreaking performance as the daughter of a woman whose cells changed medicine, Tina Fey presents a new comedy, and Margaret Atwood's dystopian classic becomes a Hulu series.
Margaret Atwood's dystopian thriller is just the latest novel to get the TV treatment, this time from Hulu.
The system that helped cable-news host keep his job at Fox News all these years was the system that toppled him.
Few shows get better in their sixth season, but "Girls" did, as its characters grew — or in some cases were pulled, kicking and screaming— into a semblance of adulthood that, even in the context of a show about extended adolescence, had seemed long delayed.
A complicated marriage leads to a dynasty on Starz, FX returns to the Midwest, and Damon Lindelof's post-"Lost" project begins its final run on HBO.
As Julia Louis-Dreyfus returns Sunday in her Emmy-winning HBO comedy, we look at the leaders for whom we vote only with our remotes.
Three seasons in to the "Breaking Bad" prequel, the sketch comedy veteran is still surprised to be headlining a critically acclaimed TV drama. He'd like things to work out for his character, too.
Bob Odenkirk is back as "Slippin' Jimmy" McGill, "Sesame Street" introduces Julia, a Muppet with autism, and a Peabody-winning teen drama ends its run.
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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