A true-crime thriller set in 1970s Bangkok, a celebration of rising female stars of stand-up, and a salute to a legendary ‘Tonight Show’ bandleader lead Friday’s TV:
Even by Peak TV standards, the glut of new programming this April Fools' Day is no joke.
There are enough cute one-liners in “The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers” to make you want to suit up once again.
With a rhinestone-studded Schnauzer and a dog-turned-badger design, Wisconsin's Deb Compton took a step closer Tuesday night to a $100,000 grand prize on ABC's new reality show "Pooch Perfect."
And don't miss 'Chicago Fire' on NBC.
June, the leader of the rebellion, is 'public enemy No. 1 in Gilead.'
Celebrate the day in 'Star Trek' history when humans first made contact with Vulcans.
The series, based on Leigh Bardugo's bestselling novels, centers on a lowly soldier and orphan with an extraordinary power.
'Dr. Raynor sees Sam as the one possible chink in [Bucky's] armor.'
A roundup of all of the shows that are coming to an end this year.
Plus, 'Evil's whereabouts, a scarier 'Debris,' hopes for a 'thirtysomething' reboot, and more.
Watch all 12 of the evening's top performers. Next stop: Singing alongside celebrity guests.
And don't miss a new episode of 'Young Rock' on NBC.