Michael Starr

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Karamo Brown has a new talk show: 'I can help solve your problems'

The "Queer Eye" guy began shooting his new syndicated talk show, "Karamo," just two weeks ahead of its Sept. 19 premiere.

Marcia Gay Harden 'makes angry funny' in CBS dramedy 'So Help Me Todd'

Veteran actress Marcia Gay Harden stars in the new CBS dramedy "So Help Me Todd" as a high-powered lawyer who hires her black-sheep son, a disgraced private eye, to be...

'Quantum Leap' review: Reboot doesn't have time on its side

Time travel can be an intriguing series concept — see “Outlander” and “La Brea” — but NBC’s reboot of “Quantum Leap” doesn’t quite capture the spirit of its predecessor. That...

'Squid Game,' 'Abbott Elementary' win big at drama-free Emmys 2022

Kenan Thompson provided a sure, guiding, self-deprecating hand for a night of historic wins.  

'Tell Me Lies' creator on dark series: 'Not an aspirational love story'

You don't see many series built around a toxic romantic relationship that starts during freshman year of college -- and then goes off the rails.

Kenan Thompson on hosting the Emmys: 'Keep it fun and keep it moving'

The 44-year-old comic revealed similarities between working at "SNL" and his upcoming Emmys gig: "We can never have enough rehearsal time."

Sherri Shepherd ignores your negative posts: 'I don't like being driven batty'

Former "The View" host talks to The Post before re-entering daytime talk show fray with "Sherri," premiering Monday, Sept. 12, at 10 a.m.

'Superman of the Mundane' Colin Robinson back in 'Shadows' season finale

The metamorphosis is complete and Colin Robinson is back ... and boring everyone to death.

'Orphan Black' co-star's new series 'a landscape full of oddballs'

Irish actress Maria Doyle Kennedy talks about her new Acorn TV series "Recipes for Love and Murder," which mixes whimsy, comedy and murder in a small South African town.

'Virgin River' ends its season with finale shockers

“Virgin River” unfolds like a Hallmark Channel movie stretched into a series — bad stuff happens, but it’s never too dark, and the dysfunction and violence is kept at a...