Jordan Chiles stepped in to replace Simone Biles, who was pulled from the team gymnastic finals following a vault event.
Christian Slater portrays Dr. Randall Kirby in Peacock's "Dr. Death," one of the men responsible for ensuring Dr. Christopher Duntsch would never operate again.
Dominic Burgess portrays Jerry Summers in "Dr. Death", the Peacock true-crime series about the disgraced spinal surgeon, Dr. Christopher Duntsch.
Dr. Death is a true-crime series about the disgraced Dr. Christopher Duntsch. The Affair's Joshua Jackson spoke to Newsweek about playing the "twisted" figure.
The Jonas Brothers promise to show a side to them fans have never seen before, as they try out for the Olympic Team. Sort of.
Tokyo Olympics 2020 starts officially on July 23 with the opening ceremony, though some events begin in the days before.
Kimberly Morgan crossed paths with the now disgraced neurosurgeon Christopher Duntsch in August 2011. Today, Duntsch is serving a life sentence for maiming 74-year-old Mary Efurd in 2012.
"Dr. Death" is the new series on Peacock about the true story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch who was sentenced to life imprisonment for maiming one of his patients.
The latest true-crime drama on Peacock is about the shocking case of Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a neurosurgeon who intentionally maimed several of his patients.
Alec Baldwin returns for "The Boss Baby" sequel, leading the Templeton family on another dangerous adventure. It's out in theaters and online now.
The "Parks and Recreation" duo return for another season of the competitive creating show on NBC. There's also news of a spin-off involving Poehler.
"Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" has been canceled by NBC after two seasons. Here's what we know about the ending of the show and whether it could be picked up by a streaming service.
Here's everything coming to Netflx, Amazon, Hulu, HBO Max, Peacock and Disney+ this month, including the premiere of "Loki," Part 2 of "Lupin" and new Pixar movie "Luca."
Peacock obtained the rights to both the 2021 and 2022 competitions so U.S. viewers can (legally) tune in this year and enjoy the action as it happens, along with Europe.
"Chicago P.D." Season 8, Episode 13 was a dramatic one for Marina Squerciati's Kim Burgess, and it left many fans wondering if she was set to exit the NBC cop drama.
"Manifest" Season 3 is airing on NBC this April. Here's when the show will be airing, plus all the ways viewers can watch the upcoming episodes online for free.
"Modern Family" has been unavailable to fans who wanted to stream it for some time, but all 250 episodes are coming to multiple streaming services at the start of February.
"Chicago PD" teased that Tracy Spiridakos may be leaving as Hailey Upton on the NBC show after she was offered a job at the FBI, bringing to an end her possible romance with Jay Halstead.
"One Chicago" is returning to NBC in 2021, with "Chicago Fire," "Chicago Med" and "Chicago PD" all available to watch online from January onwards.
"The Office" is set to leave Netflix on Friday, January 1, 2021 – but viewers will soon be able to watch the Steve Carrell comedy online on another streaming service.
December sees new movies from David Fincher, Steven Soderbergh and Pixar come to streaming services, as well as classic movies like "ET," "Jurassic Park" and "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy.
Christmas 2020 sees the major streamers like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and Disney+ release new holiday movies, new festive specials as well as some old classics.
"Saved By the Bell" now has a Peacock reboot that features many of the original stars of the show—but Dustin Diamond does not make an appearance as Screech.
"Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" Season 22 is airing this fall on NBC, and will soon be streaming online for fans eagerly anticipating the return of Olivia Benson.
"Chicago Fire" Season 9, "Chicago PD" Season 8 and "Chicago Med" Season 6 are all airing this November as the whole of "One Chicago" returns to NBC.
The "Harry Potter" movies were rumored to be coming to Netflix this November, but will actually be streaming elsewhere now they have left Peacock.