The comedian cracked jokes about Trump, Marco Rubio, and the Pope, and interviewed Chris Christie, while settling into his role as America's newest late-night funnyman.
The new, pheromone-driven incarnation of the Muppets straddles a milquetoast line between the all-ages whimsy of its forebear and the all-out filthiness of Meet the Feebles.
"I expected to be cut off as soon as I mentioned scissors for hands or whatever, but she kept talking to me."
Welcome to a strange world where cocktails are $30 and people call the Meatpacking District "MePa."
The Daily Show ushered in the post-Jon Stewart era last night with Trevor Noah, papal penis jokes, and who will get to go to Mars.
We chatted with Trevor Noah and the rest of The Daily Show team to learn what the new show will be like.
From a sit-down with Colbert to being satirized by South Park, Donald Trump has turned his ability to be a story into a genuine political asset.
The new season of the consistently careening popular show reflects America's similarly abrupt landscape of culture and politics.
The fourth season of The Mindy Project embodies a new kind of rom-com where a self-described 'chubby' Indian-American woman can be a successful doctor, get guys, and become a single mom—just like any other woman on TV.
Now you can know exactly how many episodes of Mad Men episodes you need to watch before you "get it."
The most popular and relevant show on TV is full of ripped-from-the-headlines plots, elaborate musical set pieces, eye-popping cameos, pop-culture tie-ins, and more melodrama than you can shake a stick at.
It's a cheesy sitcom that ended over a decade ago. Why do people still give a shit about Ross and Rachel?
We caught up with British director to talk about his third TV series—This England '90—and the death of subculture.
Who would've thought that you could learn so much about life's Tough Questions from an 80s sitcom about four older women?
FX's newest big-budget show has all the trappings of prestige TV, but it's little more than a well-executed bloodbath.
Just watch the video and think about how you will never reach the sleek, physical prowess of a busboy named Isaac.
The former governor of California takes over from the presidential candidate as the host of a show about people yelling.
It's easy to write off pop cultural racism as "just a joke." But if we ignore small microaggressions, then we ignore how they create a larger picture of anti-black racism in society today.
Maybe he called his friends on the show and asked if he could briefly crash some big battle scene in Northern Ireland, just to troll us? Probably not.
How a crudely drawn, scatological, and hyper-topical cartoon entering its 19th season endures as Comedy Central's biggest legacy.
The new host of The Late Show introduced himself to America last night to high ratings, but his inaugural episode as David Letterman's replacement was a mixed bag.
I have watched the first three seasons of Arrested Development 35 times. That's a conservative guess. It might actually be a lot more.
For a show that revels in the contradictions created by a data-rich society, it's the information that Mr. Robot doesn't give us that's the most compelling.
The show, originally based on a Michael Crichton novel and a 1973 movie of the same name, has some big Prestige TV shoes to fill.