Michael Starr

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Heavy-handed Hilary Swank returns to TV in 'Alaska Daily': review

Two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank returns to series television in "Alaska Daily," a too-earnest, tropey drama that's well-intentioned but heavy-handed in checking all the requisite contextual boxes.

Fox 5's Lori Stokes retires after 22 years covering NYC: 'Forever grateful'

The impact of Lori Stokes' retirement means that, for the first time in more than 20 years, viewers in the tri-state area will arise Monday morning without seeing her familiar...

Rachael Ray taking her show to Ukraine: 'Makes me cry to think about it'

"The Rachael Ray Show" is planning to decamp to Ukraine in October for taping, amid ongoing attacks on the nation by Russian forces.

Fate of 'The Daily Show' revealed after Trevor Noah's shocking exit

Despite low ratings, "The Daily Show" will soldier on following Trevor Noah's shocking announcement that he's leaving.

Drew Carey, Jimmy Smits, John Starks and Mr. Met coming to PaleyWKND

The giant street party, expected to draw tens of thousands of tri-staters, takes place Saturday, Oct. 1, and Sunday, Oct. 2, on West 52nd Street in midtown.  

Karamo Brown has a new talk show: 'I can help solve your problems'

The "Queer Eye" guy began shooting his new syndicated talk show, "Karamo," just two weeks ahead of its Sept. 19 premiere.

Marcia Gay Harden 'makes angry funny' in CBS dramedy 'So Help Me Todd'

Veteran actress Marcia Gay Harden stars in the new CBS dramedy "So Help Me Todd" as a high-powered lawyer who hires her black-sheep son, a disgraced private eye, to be...

'Quantum Leap' review: Reboot doesn't have time on its side

Time travel can be an intriguing series concept — see “Outlander” and “La Brea” — but NBC’s reboot of “Quantum Leap” doesn’t quite capture the spirit of its predecessor. That...

'Squid Game,' 'Abbott Elementary' win big at drama-free Emmys 2022

Kenan Thompson provided a sure, guiding, self-deprecating hand for a night of historic wins.  

'Tell Me Lies' creator on dark series: 'Not an aspirational love story'

You don't see many series built around a toxic romantic relationship that starts during freshman year of college -- and then goes off the rails.