What's on TV Monday, Oct. 5: ; "Filthy Rich" on Fox; "One Day at a Time' moves to CBS; NFL Football: The Atlanta Falcons visit the Green Bay Packers on ESPN
Rapper Megan Thee Stallion performed a remix of 'Savage' on 'Saturday Night Live,' pausing briefly to protest the police killing of Breonna Taylor.
'Fire Season,' set at the Paramount Ranch, is interactive theater inspired by author John McPhee and 'The Legend of Zelda.'
Host Chris Rock and musical guest Megan Thee Stallion marked the return of "SNL," which was — for better and for worse — as "SNL" as ever.
Filmmaker Kirsten Johnson wrestles with the impending death of her father in the Netflix documentary "Dick Johnson Is Dead."
The Trump presidency has thrown the nation into a narrative crisis. How can we make sense of a political story that drops new bombshells daily?
Jeffrey MacDonald prosecutor Jim Blackburn and director Marc Smerling break down the key moments in FX's new docuseries "A Wilderness of Error."
What's on TV Saturday, Oct. 3, plus Sunday talk shows: The season premiere of "Saturday Night Live" hosted by Chris Rock; LA County District Attorney Debate on ABC
Nathan Apodaca, known on TikTok as @420doggface208, went viral for a video of him skateboarding to Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams.' Meet the man behind the viral clip.
Showrunner Mary Laws and director Kevin Phillips, of Hulu's "Monsterland," discuss "Eugene, Oregon," which follows the radicalization a young white man.