Netflix fired Kevin Spacey last year amid sexual harassment complaints. How will fans respond to the show's final chapter?
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans talks about the controversy surrounding NBC's Megyn Kelly after she made comments defending blackface.
After racist tweets from star Roseanne Barr led ABC to cancel its "Roseanne" reboot last spring, the rest of the cast is carrying a spinoff forward.
Twenty years after the Emmy-winning sitcom went off the air, CBS has revived it for an 11th season. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson discusses with NPR TV critic Eric Deggans.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with NPR TV critic Eric Deggans about a few new shows that fall flat, and one that doesn't.
Rashida Jones' first feature-length directorial effort, "Quincy," offers a clear-eyed, if compassionate, view of her father's life, says NPR TV critic Eric Deggans.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd gets NPR TV critic Eric Deggans' take, and discusses the stand-up's controversial remarks in recent days.
The show drew some criticism for making too much fun of the condition and for starring someone who wasn't on the autism spectrum.
The show features a family entangled with a Mexican cartel as they struggle to launder half a billion dollars.
Critics contend Hollywood has long undervalued films like "Crazy Rich Asians" and "Black Panther."
In the Showtime series, Cohen uses fake identities and absurd situations to catch politicians and activists behaving badly.
Set in the fictional Maine town where many of King's stories take place, the show weaves together much of the author's extensive body of work.
FX is bringing back "Snowfall," a drama about the rise of crack in 1980s Los Angeles. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans has been watching.
With summer in full swing, it's time to settle into the air conditioning and check out some good TV.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans weighs in on the show, in which two people go from strangers to fiances in under one real-time hour.
The show follows three best friends as they find their way in New York's publishing and fashion industries, and features diverse characters and storylines.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson shows like AMC's "Dietland" and Paramount Network's "American Woman" may struggle to stand out.
The four-part series follows reporters as they cover President Trump's turbulent first year in office, and offers a look at the inner workings of the Times itself.
The show's star, Roseanne Barr, sent a racist tweet about a former Obama aide.
The BBC America series, wrapping up its first season, centers on an intelligence analyst's obsession with a flamboyant and remorseless assassin.