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The Alienist Is a Filthy But Impressive Period Drama By Matt Zoller Seitz

Is it too late to go back and change the title to True Detective 1896?

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The First Trailer for The Terror Is a Nightmare on the Northwest Passage By Jordan Crucchiola

The new AMC series shows the Royal Navy way out of its element.

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Netflix Lost a Whole Lot of Money on Scrapped Kevin Spacey, Louis C.K. Projects By Hunter Harris

The streaming service canceled Kevin Spacey’s Gore Vidal biopic and a Louis C.K. comedy special after sexual-misconduct scandals involving both men.

better late than never
The Second Season of Jessica Jones Will Finally Arrive in March By Jordan Crucchiola

Krysten Ritter posted the news on Instagram.

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The End of the F***ing World Recap: Deafening Silence By Jenny Jaffe

A lot is happening on TEOTFW, and all of it is bad for Jamie and Alyssa.

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Natalie Portman Will Roll Up to NBC and Host Saturday Night Live on February 3 By Jackson McHenry

With musical guest Dua Lipa.

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Pete Holmes on Why Stand-up Comedians Are Like Youth Pastors By Jesse David Fox

On the Good One podcast, Pete Holmes talks about his signature bit about wearing a Green Eggs and Ham shirt to the airport.

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Steven Soderbergh’s Mosaic Is an Intriguing Puzzle, But Your Patience With It May Vary By Jen Chaney

Steven Soderbergh tells a story of a ski-town murder and intentionally doesn’t fill in all the blanks.

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Netflix Will Release a Series of 15-Minute Stand-up Specials in 2018 By Jesse David Fox

The quarter-hour special offers viewers a different set length than seen anywhere else on TV.

big little... alive?
Alexander Skarsgard Might Somehow Be Involved in Big Little Lies Season 2 By Jackson McHenry

We hope it’s only through flashbacks.

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Tiffany Haddish Will Win Your Heart Again on Drunk History By Jesse David Fox

Haddish tells the story of the Monuments Men, gets drunk, and laughs so much.

doctor shows
Are You Watching the Freddie Highmore Doctor Show or the Matt Czuchry Doctor Show? By Jackson McHenry

The big differences between the Freddie Highmore Doctor Show and the Matt Czuchry Doctor Show.

impressions
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is a Fan of Kate McKinnon’s Ruth Bader Gins-Burns By Jackson McHenry

Thanks to her kids.

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta Recap: The Message Episode By Ali Barthwell

Kenya is on a mission to prove that she’s the most charitable.

Ben Sinclair Is Finding His Way By Lila Shapiro

“The first day we were like, ‘Hey guys, we’re splitting up. This is a very strange situation. And we’re going to be super open about it.’”

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Star Trek Discovery Recap: Have You Tried the Fear Ganglia? By Mallory Ortberg

“Vaulting Ambition” is just chockablock with twists and the promise of more twists to come.

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The Chi Recap: Haunted By Jasmine Sanders

“Ghosts” is a fitting title for such a shadowy episode.

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Niecy Nash Calls Dibs on Announcing Sterling K. Brown for Best Actor ‘Cause He’s Black’ By Halle Kiefer

“You can say anybody who’s Asian that’s nominated,” she told Olivia Munn before the pair opened their envelope.

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The Hangover Cure By David Marchese

After a sudden and not entirely welcome rise to fame, the comedian has found his place with the deliciously absurd quasi-sitcom Baskets.

last night on late night
Prince William and Prince Harry Stop by Weekend Update to Address Trump vs. Obama Rumors By Trupti Rami

The Windsor Boys comment on rumors surrounding President Trump’s canceled London trip.

last night on late night
On SNL, Jessica Chastain Asks ‘What Even Matters Anymore?’ The Answer Is … Apparently Nothing. By Trupti Rami

“Because nothing truly matters.”

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SNL Recap: Jessica Chastain Gets Funny By Matthew Love

Chastain is a strong first-time host, but she’s stuck in a weak episode.

last night on late night
SNL Reimagines The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Theme Song With a Less-Than-Optimistic Ending By Trupti Rami

“Turns out, the guys I fought weren’t regular thugs, they were a powerful gang running guns and drugs.”

we'll never be royals
God Save Paul Bettany, Who’s Reportedly in Talks to Play The Crown’s Prince Philip By Devon Ivie

The resemblance is there.

last night on late night
Liam Neeson’s Particular Set of Skills Could Only Muster ‘F-ck’ When He First Met Ex-Girlfriend Helen Mirren By Devon Ivie

“I was smitten.”

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High Maintenance Season-Premiere Recap: Phantasmagoria of Despair By Vikram Murthi

The beauty of High Maintenance is its depiction of a humane urban community, even amid tragedy.

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Why Mo’Nique Is Asking Her Fans to Boycott Netflix By Jesse David Fox

Mo’Nique is asking her fans to boycott the streaming service after a salary dispute.

Take Vulture’s Breaking Bad Superfan Quiz By Zach Dionne and Justin McCraw

Ten years after Breaking Bad debuted, how well do you know Walter White’s story?

The Rise of the Messed-Up Parent on TV By Jen Chaney

Today’s parents are materialistic, neurotic, and very, very immature.

Deep Space Nine Is TV’s Most Revolutionary Depiction of Black Fatherhood By Angelica Jade Bastién

Sisko and Jake forever.

talk shows
Netflix Will Reheat Your Soup Memories With The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale By Jackson McHenry

The weekly comedy talk show will premiere February 18.

last night on late night
Jessica Chastain Explains How to Play Female Roles in Movies: Just Say and Do Pretty Much Nothing By Jackson McHenry

Chastain and Fallon swap stereotypical roles for a sketch.

The Enduring Legacy of Roseanne, 30 Years Later By Joy Press

The show’s originality resides above all in the character of Roseanne herself.

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How to Get Away With Murder Recap: Baby Drama By Ali Barthwell

It was only a matter of time before Laurel’s dad showed up and ruined everything.

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Scandal Recap: Death of a Gladiator By Joshua Alston

Scandal is the last show on Earth that should be trying a misdirect like this episode does.

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Grey’s Anatomy Recap: The Threat of Dr. Stadler By Maggie Fremont

Meredith is a superhero in this episode.

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The Big Bang Theory Recap: Raj the Home-wrecker By Kimberly Potts

Surprise, Raj! Your new girlfriend is married.

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Nashville Recap: Getting Twiggy With It By Max Weiss

I will not be swayed by your charms, young Jonah.

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The End of the F***ing World Recap: The Virgin Homicides By Jenny Jaffe

Alyssa and James are a sort of modern, teenage Thelma and Louise.

vulture lists
Who Will Play The Good Place’s Eternal Judge? By Devon Ivie and Chris Heller

“You’re in for a very big treat. You won’t believe it.”

overnights
The Good Place Recap: Exit Through the Gift Shop By Noel Murray

“Rhonda, Diana, Jake, and Trent” is an action-packed and riotously funny episode.

The Hilarity and Horror of Ted Danson on The Good Place By Angelica Jade Bastién

In the decades since Cheers, Danson has subverted, skewered, leaned into, and ultimately outgrown the rakish machismo of Sam Malone.

Why Did Amazon, Netflix, and Hulu Kill a Bunch of Alternative Comedies? By Josef Adalian

Shocking as some of these cancellations may be, they’re not entirely unexpected.

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Nancy Pelosi, a Surprise RuPaul’s Drag Race Fan, Will Serve As a Guest Judge on the Show By Jordan Crucchiola

The Democratic Minority Leader goes to the House of RuPaul.

How Much Would These Famous TV Families Make Today? By Nate Jones

Who’s richer, the Huxtables or the Dunphys?

versace
A Definitive Ranking of Donatella Versace Impressions By Randi Bergman

From Maya Rudolph to Penélope Cruz.

Succession Trailer: HBO’s New Family-Business Battle Royale By Hunter Harris

Succession’s ten-episode first season will premiere in June.

Winter TV Scorecard: Which New Shows Are the Biggest Winners? By Josef Adalian

The new year is less than two weeks old, but it’s already delivered at least two potential broadcast TV hits.

last night on late night
Natasha Leggero Tells Her Story of Being Sexually Harassed by James Toback By Jackson McHenry

“I saw all these women coming forward on Twitter and I was like ‘I forgot this guy sexuallly harassed me in New York 20 years ago.’”

Connie Britton Does Not Want You to Be Cynical By Stacey Wilson Hunt

The 9-1-1 star on the Time’s Up campaign, getting political, and the “only true secret” about her hair.