tv & media
These four are responsible for some of the biggest shows of the year.
The ABC spinoff mixes humor and drama.
Sheila (Kaley Cuoco) happily submits to participating in a version of "Groundhog Day," reliving the same day over and over so she can perfect a date with nice guy Gary (Pete Davidson).
What TV critic Neal Justin is watching this week.
Ahmad Hicks' first day on air in the Twin Cities is Oct. 10.
"Andor" is set five years before "Rogue One" and explains how Cassian Andor became a rebel hero.
The Maple Grove native will continue as a CBS News correspondent.
All the major U.S. network anchors were on hand for the funeral.
TV critic Neal Justin reviews five new shows.
"The 4 on WCCO" is the latest example of how more homegrown shows are filling the daytime hours.
The Tony, Grammy and Emmy winner of "Dear Evan Hansen" fame discusses his singer-songwriter career.
Season promises lots of movie stars, revealing documentaries and a touch of Minnesota.
The cast shares its thoughts in the wake of winning two major Emmys.
The gang may be back in Georgia for these last eight episodes, but they're still traveling in another dimension.
The medical examiner's office ruled Darius Campbell Danesh's death an accident.
"Sherri" host credits her interviewing skills to Oprah Winfrey and Barbara Walters.
Lee Jung-jae, Sheryl Lee Ralph and Jennifer Coolidge are among the first-time winners.
Asians and Black artists make progress during TV's biggest night.
"SNL" veteran is leaning on artistry and creativity when he emcees the award show for the first time.
Neal Justin reviews five new series.