“Orange is the New Black” and “So You Think You Can Dance” are back.
The FX series returns Wednesday, April 19, after a long hiatus.
New and classic tales including “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “It’s a Wonderful Life,” and “A Christmas Story” all return in 2016.
From scary movies to “Charlie Brown” to “The Walking Dead,” there’s something for everyone.
Sarah Jessica Parker returns to TV in “Divorce” while YouTube star Issa Rae expands her audience with “Insecure.”
From ‘American Horror Story’ to ‘Empire’ to ‘Gilmore Girls,’ where you can find your favorite programs.
Glover joins the ranks of comedy auteurs such as Louis C.K., Aziz Ansari and Pamela Adlon, who are all experimenting with the sitcom format.
‘USA’s “Mr. Robot” was a surprise Golden Globe winner, and the breakout hit of last summer. The second season begins Wednesday, July 13.
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