Now that the writers can get back to work, here’s when the daytime and late-night talk shows will return

Your favorite late-night host will soon return to the national conversation. The resolution of the Writers Guild of America strike, which officially ends at midnight Wednesday, means NBC’s “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” CBS’ “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” and ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Production returns soon next week and will be the … Read more

‘Moonlighting,’ ’80s Bruce Willis breakout series, finally starts streaming on Hulu

Cue Al Jarreu! Cybil Shepherd’s Beehive, Rise! Bruce Willis-Janes is delighted! Moonlighters, introduce yourselves. The popular ’80s ABC dramedy series “Moonlighting” is finally making its streaming debut, on October 10 on Hulu. The program, which premiered in 1985, starred seasoned actor Shepherd and up-and-comer Willis. For his breakout role on the show, the “Die Hard” … Read more

WGA contract: What writers got from studio to end strike

The Writers Guild of America on Tuesday released details of the tentative deal it has secured with major Hollywood studios to end a nearly five-month strike. A seven-page brief, which was distributed to the WGA’s 11,500 film and TV writer members, included language addressing the union’s demands for minimum staffing in television writers’ rooms, along … Read more

Why Some Bad Bunny Fans Think His New Song, ‘Un Preview,’ Is About Horse Girl Kendall Jenner

Is Bad Bunny’s steamy new single a message to his girlfriend and certified horse girl Kendall Jenner? Many fans certainly think so. The reggaeton sensation released his latest single “Un Preview” on Monday, and internet sleuths wasted no time on social media unpacking the sexy, lovestruck song. Naturally, the leading theory is that Bad Bunny … Read more

Fox Business Host Stewart Verney Gets Ready to Rumble the Republican Debates (Without Trump)

Fox News proved that the Republican presidential primary is more than former President Trump, as the first candidates’ debate on August 23 drew nearly 13 million viewers. Will audiences come back for more? Trump, who is leading the pack for the GOP nomination while facing four criminal charges, will not take the stage again when … Read more

Review: Luis Alfaro’s ‘The Travelers’ offers spiritual guidance for a world in perpetual chaos

“The Travelers,” a new work by playwright Luis Alfaro, creates a fantasy world for itself. In a poetic way that is clearly theatrical, this play comes to us through an imagination shaped by the legacy of Federico García Lorca and María Irene Fornes. The setting is as geographically specific as it is entirely invented: Grangeville, … Read more

Angus Cloud struggled with addiction. HBO, Sam Levinson tried to help the ‘Euphoria’ star come clean

“Euphoria” stars actor Angus Cloud as a soft-spoken drug dealer who knows when to cut off his desperate clients. Off-screen, however, he struggled with his own drug addiction that affected his time on the hit HBO series. Months after Cloud died of an accidental overdose at the age of 25 in late July, “Euphoria” creator … Read more

In Search of an Erased African: An Acclaimed French Novel Investigates a Literary Scandal

re-evaluation A man’s most secret memory By Mohamed Mbugar SararOther Press: 496 pages, $20 If you purchase books linked to on our site, The Times may receive a commission Bookshop.orgwhose fees support independent bookstores. Young writers are leaving Europe. He is moving forward Home of Senegal In the way of literary imagination. Faye of Digen … Read more

During the lockdown, a California novelist’s hit debut felt like a curse. It also inspired him

shelf Land of milk and honey By C Pam ZhangRiverhead: 240 pages, $28 If you purchase books linked to on our site, The Times may receive a commission Bookshop.orgwhose fees support independent bookstores. In a 2020 essay, Si Pam Zhang wrote about the way McDonald’s kept her connected to her father, who engaged in “a … Read more