Web-Original Programming

What’s on TV Monday: ‘The Good Place’ and ‘Heston’s Fantastical Food’

Kristen Bell accidentally finds herself in heaven in “The Good Place.” And Heston Blumenthal’s jaw-dropping meals come to the Cooking Channel.

What’s on TV Friday: Kathy Bates in ‘Disjointed,’ and ‘The Tick’ Rides Again

Ms. Bates trades Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story” for Chuck Lorre’s new pot comedy; critics aren’t having it. And “The Tick” gets its third do-over.

What’s on TV Thursday: ‘Elián’ and ‘Asian Provocateur’

A new documentary revisits the contentious custody battle over Elián González, and the British travelogue “Asian Provocateur” makes its American premiere.

What’s on TV Friday: ‘Marvel’s the Defenders’ and White Supremacists

Netflix brings some familiar superheroes together for a singular purpose in its latest Marvel series. And two news programs investigate white supremacists in the United States.

What’s on TV Monday: ‘Diana: In Her Own Words’ and ‘Hunting the KGB Killers’

Princess Diana talks about life under the microscope in a series of rarely heard interviews from 1991. And Scotland Yard investigates the 2006 poisoning death of Alexander V. Litvinenko.

Nostalgia Goes Niche in ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ and ‘Comrade Detective’

Netflix’s “Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later” and Amazon’s “Comrade Detective” bear unusual ideas for spoofing the past, but the execution is lacking.

Review: Amazon’s ‘Last Tycoon’ Is Slick but Short on Passion

This streaming series, inspired by the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, stars Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer and Lily Collins.

Disney Splits With the YouTube Star Jake Paul

The news came at the end of a week in which Mr. Paul, 20, attracted negative attention after a news report on him feuding with his neighbors.

What’s on TV Monday: ‘Loaded’ and ‘The Bachelorette’

A cadre of British tech whizzes grapple with their newfound wealth and their mouthy American boss. And Rachel goes home with the four remaining suitors.

Review: With Grating ‘Friends From College,’ Who Needs Enemies?

Watching this Netflix comedy, with likable actors playing hateable college pals, feels like an eternity.

What’s on TV Friday: ‘Song to Song’ and ‘Gypsy’

Rooney Mara, Michael Fassbender and Ryan Gosling play lovers in the Austin, Tex., scene. And Naomi Watts takes a tame walk on the wild side.

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