The Times TV team convenes to discuss the new episode of "The Great British Baking Show" — who went home, who won the week, and early favorites for the final.
The long-running "Song Exploder" podcast becomes the latest audio series to get transformed into TV content, courtesy of Netflix.
Pete Beatty's hilarious and sly debut novel, "Cuyahoga," stars a man named Big Son who builds an Ohio town after being kicked in the head.
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After President Trump revealed he tested positive for coronavirus, celebs ranging from Cardi B to Jimmy Kimmel responded with sarcasm and speculation.
Netflix's "Emily in Paris" returns "Sex and the City" creator Darren Star to the City of Light — and pays subtle homage to the earlier series' romantic finale.
Coupled with Mariah Carey's just-released memoir comes a new album of unreleased and live tracks, featuring these must-hear cuts.
Cher talks about her love of classic movies, life during the pandemic, the eternal genius of David Bowie and why her memoir will be worth the wait.
Rick Rowley's 'Kingdom of Silence' is a compelling profile not just of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but of the U.S.' relationship with Saudi Arabia.
Former WME partner and talent agent Phillip Sun recently launched his own management firm M88, with plans to push for more inclusive storytelling in Holllywood.