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Daily guide of TV and radio highlights

Daily guide of TV and radio highlights

Kylie Bunbury stars in “Pitch.”

TV Critic’s Corner

A ‘Pitch,’ a swing, a miss

The new Fox series is a superficial vision of life as the first woman in Major League Baseball.

From left: Abby Ryder Fortson, Jeffrey Tambor, Zackary Arthur, and Gaby Hoffmann in Amazon’s “Transparent.”


Tambor and cast of ‘Transparent’ embrace a new season

The stars of the Amazon series, whose third season streams on Friday, look ahead to the changes in store for their characters.

Daily guide of TV and radio highlights

Daily guide of TV and radio highlights

Kiefer Sutherland in ABC’s “Designated Survivor.”


‘Designated Survivor’ and an unprepared president

Kiefer Sutherland plays a man with no real experience in high-level politics becoming our leader. Scary premise, right?

Daily guide of TV and radio highlights for Sept. 21

Daily guide of TV and radio highlights

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was the target of many zingers at Sunday’s Emmys.

At the Emmys, Donald Trump is the punchline

The Republican candidate took shots from host Jimmy Kimmel — and a host of winners.

From left, actress Amanda Abbington, producer Steven Moffat, Sue Vertue, and Rebecca Eaton, after winning the award for Outstanding Television Movie for “Sherlock: The Abominable Bride” at the Emmys on Sunday.

‘Sherlock’ actress said purse was stolen while she accepted Emmy award

Amanda Abbington reported on Twitter that her purse was stolen from under her chair at the ceremony.

Rami Malek, winner of the award for outstanding lead actor in a drama series for ”Mr. Robot,” at the Governors Ball following Sunday’s Emmy Awards.

Emmy winners wined, dined at Governors Ball

The first post-show stop for most Emmy guests is the Governors Ball, an event that transforms a normally drab Los Angeles Convention Center meeting hall into a fairy-tale-like garden.

Stars out on the town in Los Angeles after the Emmy Awards

Think the Emmy Awards were all about the statuettes? Think again.

John Oliver won the variety talk series award for “Last Week Tonight.”

Full list of Emmy winners

Who won at the Emmys?

Jeffrey Tambor with his Emmy Award.

Even Jeffrey Tambor thinks it’s problematic he won an Emmy for playing a transgender woman

Tambor made a big statement when he accepted his award Sunday.

Sarah Paulson accepted the award for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie for

Who looked the best, worst at the Emmys?

TV stars walked the red carpet on Sunday night.

TV and radio highlights for Sept. 19

What’s on the air Monday.

Emmy winners

Winners of the 68th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.

Matt Damon crashes the Emmys to make fun of Jimmy Kimmel

The “feud” between the two continues.

Jill Soloway held her statuette after winning the award for outstanding directing for a comedy series for the series “Transparent.”

After winning Emmy, ‘Transparent’ creator Jill Soloway compares Trump to Hitler

‘‘Any moment that I have to call Trump out for being an inheritor to Hitler, I will,’’ Soloway said to reporters backstage.

Ron Cephas Jones (left) and Sterling K. Brown in “This Is Us.”

Television Review

The promise of ‘This Is Us’

The NBC series has good bones, with a premise that surprises and characters who engage viewer sympathy.

Kristen Bell in “The Good Place.”

TV Critic’s Corner

‘The Good Place,’ the OK show

I’m hoping the NBC comedy, which is from Michael Schur of “Parks and Recreation,” will grow into something better.

“Speechless” follows a nonverbal teen and his family after they move to a wealthy town.

Television Review

‘Speechless’ has much to say about sensitive subjects

The ABC series is sure enough on its feet to direct its humor at many different sides of life with disabilities, including the sanctimony of the politically correct.

Michael Weatherly in “Bull.”

TV Critic’s Corner

Welcome to prime time, Dr. Pill

“Bull,” the new CBS procedural, is based on the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw.

TV and radio highlights for Sept. 20

What’s on the air Tuesday.

Leslie Jones went to one of the most public of stages — the one at the Emmy Awards — to joke about her privacy woes on social media.

Leslie Jones jokes about her Twitter woes at Emmy Awards

Leslie Jones went to one of the most public of stages — the one at the Emmy Awards — to joke about her privacy woes on social media.

Jeffrey Tambor accepts the award for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series for

Live updates

Politics, social issues pop up at Emmy Awards

“Transparent” received several awards, and several people brought up the 2016 election.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus accepted the award for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series. It was the sixth time she’s won that category.

After Emmy win, a bittersweet moment for Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Louis-Dreyfus thanked her father, who died Friday.

Academy confuses Cuba Gooding Jr. and Terrence Howard

In a tweet, the Television Academy stated that Gooding was arriving at the red carpet when it was in fact Howard, the star of “Empire.”

Bryan Cranston and his wife Robin Dearden.

Trump has made an impression on Bryan Cranston

Cranston said he would love to play Trump in a film.

The cast of Showtime's

Will politics, social issues influence Emmy Awards outcome?

What do computer hackers, the divisive US presidential campaign, and racial tensions have to do with the Emmys?

Host Jimmy Kimmel at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday.

Maggie Smith wins Emmy for best drama supporting actress

It is Smith’s fourth Emmy win and her third for playing the Dowager Countess of Grantham on the series, which aired for six seasons on PBS.

Constance Zimmer (left) and Rami Malek attended a pre-Emmys party.

The Emmy Awards parties have already started

The Emmy Awards won’t be presented until Sunday night, but the festivities have begun.

A scene from “Mr. Robot.”

Can’t binge-watch everything before Emmys? Just watch these episodes instead.

Are you seriously behind on television and don’t have time to binge-watch everything before Sunday night’s Emmy Awards? We’ve got you covered.

Kit Harington in “Game of Thrones.”

The Emmys: Who will win, should win, can’t win?

The theme for this year’s Emmy Awards: “Anyone’s guess.”

Ben Sinclair in HBO’s “High Maintenance.”

@ Large

The Web as incubator for TV is working

HBO’s “High Maintenance” is the latest series to make the leap from Web to cable, and it couldn’t have happened any other way.

Donald Trump on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.”

Fallon faces social media backlash after Trump interview

Some “Tonight Show” viewers weren’t laughing after GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump paid Jimmy Fallon a visit Thursday.

Woody Allen and Elaine May in “Crisis in Six Scenes.”

How excited are we for upcoming streaming and cable shows?

With big budgets and plenty of star power, cable and streaming services are bringing a bunch of good shows this fall

Donald Glover in FX’s “Atlanta.”

The Ticket: TV

“Atlanta” and “Better Things” are among the best things on TV right now.

“Man With a Plan”

Fall TV preview

Grading what’s new on the networks

Among the formulaic dramas and seen-them-before sitcoms are a handful of shows that earn high marks.

Amy Poehler

TV Critic’s Corner

TV Critic’s Corner for Satuday, Sept. 17

The Creative Arts Emmy Awards were handed out last week, but, to build up to Sunday night’s Emmy Awards on ABC, FXX is airing the ceremony.

Daily guide of TV and radio highlights for Saturday, Sept. 17

Daily guide of TV and radio highlights

Boston, MA - 09/08/2016 - Boston Police bike Bret LaBelle poses for a portrait on Moon Island in Boston, MA, September 8, 2016. LaBelle will be featured in the upcoming season of the CBS reality television series

First Person

Will Boston police officer Bret LaBelle survive ‘Survivor’?

The Boston police sergeant, a dedicated fan of the reality show, makes it to the island for season 33.

Visitors at the MFA’s Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art.


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