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This week’s TV: The ‘Murder in Boston’ docuseries, ‘Monk’ returns, and rubbernecking George Santos

When we spot bad behavior, we reward it with views and clicks, word of mouth and airtime. And so it may be George Santos’s moment, beginning with the news that an HBO movie about him is already in the works.


‘Saturday Night Live’ cold open riffs on George Santos’s expulsion with a musical farewell; Emma Stone hosts

“SNL” on Dec. 2 was hosted by actress Emma Stone. Indie folk artist and native Vermonter Noah Kahan was the musical guest of the night.


Oscars to start an hour early next year

Rather than starting, as usual, at 8 p.m. on the East Coast, and 5 p.m. on the West Coast, the March 10 ceremony will begin here at 7 p.m. (after a half-hour preshow) and there at 4 p.m.


The 10 best TV shows of 2023

A sibling rivalry for the ages. A road-rage incident. A restaurant’s struggles. A chaotic cross-country journey. And many murders in many buildings. They all add up to a rewarding year for television viewers.


‘Slow Horses’ cast hits its stride in season 3

The characters, and particularly Gary Oldman’s Jackson Lamb, are more entertaining than ever.

Frances Sternhagen, Tony Award-winning actor who was familiar maternal face on TV, dies at 93

The veteran character actor won two Tony Awards and appeared in shows such as “Cheers,” “ER” and “Sex and the City."

‘Girls5eva’ fan club may grow after show’s revival on Netflix

Filming of the third season wrapped before the WGA and SAG-AFTA strikes, and star Sara Bareilles recently told The Wrap that she’s hoping for an early 2024 premiere.

‘American Sports Story’ cast shapes up for Aaron Hernandez FX series

Josh Andrés Rivera talked with Interview Magazine about beefing up for his leading role, while Jake Cannavale has been cast as Hernandez’s love interest.