Check out Hulu's new series "The Looming Tower," Netflix's "Queer Eye" revival and a new season of Amazon's "Mozart in the Jungle."
For one thing, Tony Award-winning actress Cherry Jones will play Offred's feminist mother.
The streaming service offered Sykes even less than it offered Mo'Nique. She was offended.
Check out the show, but especially if you hated adult Rory in the "Gilmore Girls" revival.
"Happy lie-2K everybody!"
Thank Ellen DeGeneres for making it happen.
It's official: The beloved show will not get a second season. The series, about gender discrimination and harassment, was killed by a man later accused of sexual harassment.
Unlike last year, NBC will, in fact, be live streaming the Golden Globes online (for those with a cable login).
How an absurd fake excerpt from the new Trump book went viral—and confused the hell out of Twitter.
If you don't want to stand in the cold for hours with no public bathrooms, there are some other options.
Check out new seasons of "Grace and Frankie" and "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," and the premiere of "Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams."
You could watch Christmas movies every hour of every day through the holiday.
More kids than ever watched streaming services like Netflix instead of traditional TV this year.
Ann Coulter says that Trump's views on immigration are the best way to rally support for the Republican party, not the tax bill.
President Donald Trump needs to make a New Year's resolution to power off the television if he wants Americans to think he's a good commander in chief.
"Hanging out on #DailyPop at 9 AM. We've got a lot to cover, see you soon," Hernandez tweeted on Wednesday.
"How can I operate with integrity and stay on at E! if they're not willing to pay me the same as him?"
There were also the 53 members who watched "A Christmas Prince" every single day for the first 18 days it was released.
"It's an escapist liberal fantasy," series creator Adam Reid said. "The goal is that people laugh and feel catharsis at the same time."
"The Chris Gethard" goes live to air every Thursday. It's chaotic, funny, welcoming and perhaps the most honest show on television.
You could watch Christmas movies straight through from now till December 25. But take a break for sleeping, okay?