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Paul Abrahamian watched in disbelief as Josh Martinez won and he lost out on the $500,000 grand prize — again.

The late-night host didn't hold back, and also responded to Sen. Lindsey O. Graham and Gov. Chris Christie.

Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017 | Bravo’s ‘Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce’ ends its fourth season.

Highlights

2017 Emmys: TV stops to bask in its own glory — and note some of its progress

Stephen Colbert ably hosts a night that affirms what viewers already know: TV is where it’s at.

Yes, America, PBS’s ‘The Vietnam War’ is required viewing — all 18 hours of it

Ken Burns and Lynn Novick deliver a masterful work of history and catharsis.

Fall TV 2017: Return of ‘The Crown,’ ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ and more

When do your favorite shows come back? We have the dates.

Read reviews, essays and cultural commentary from TV Critic Hank Stuever.

The late-night host unloaded on the Louisiana Republican, who said earlier this year that any health-care bill would have to pass the “Jimmy Kimmel test.”

As she promotes her new book, Clinton stopped by “The Late Show” to talk to one of the most vocal Trump critics in showbiz.

NBA star Derek Fisher and YouTube sensation Lindsey Stirling impressed the judges — “Property Brother” Drew Scott, not so much.

"I'm really starting to regret that Carpool Karaoke that we've taped with Steve Bannon,” Corden said.

Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017 | Conan’s in Israel. ‘Being Mary Jane’ ends its fourth season.

Plus, Stephen Colbert made some Trump jokes, and Dave Chappelle helped make #DCPublicSchools trend on Twitter.

Stephen Colbert ably hosts a night that affirms what viewers already know: TV is where it’s at.

The Hollywood audience was stunned when the former White House press secretary appeared on stage.

"If he had won an Emmy, I bet he wouldn't have run for president," Colbert said of Trump. "So in a way this is all your fault."

Monday, Sept. 18, 2017 | “The State” premieres on National Geographic.

Everything you need to know about Sunday's show.

Weekend of Sept. 16-17, 2017| Ken Burns’s long-awaited documentary “The Vietnam War.”

"This Is Us" could become the first broadcast show to win best drama in more than a decade; and look for a fight between HBO's "Big Little Lies" and "The Night Of."

Friday, Sept. 15, 2017 | Ballet Hispanico performs two iconic works on PBS.

Ken Burns and Lynn Novick deliver a masterful work of history and catharsis.

When do your favorite shows come back? We have the dates.

Critic Hank Stuever cuts through the fall dramas and comedies and picks the good — and the awful.

A theory about why TV Land's dramedy, which aired its fourth season finale Wednesday night, has found a devoted audience.

The former White House press secretary also discussed Trump's Twitter habit, the term 'fake news' and Anthony Scaramucci.

Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 | ‘Riviera’ premieres on Sundance Now.

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