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Culture Re-View: On this day - The Muppet Show lights up TV screens
On this day in 1976, The Muppet Show premiered, bringing the likes of Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy to a worldwide audience.
Don't know what TV to watch this autumn? Euronews Culture has got you
As autumn approaches and for those ready to embrace hygge vibes for the season with a top-notch TV show, we're here to give you a comprehensive list of what not to miss from every genre.
The Idol cancelled - but is it really surprising?
The hugely controversial show has been cancelled by HBO following one of the roughest launches in television history.
British broadcaster Sir Michael Parkinson has died aged 88
Parkinson’s TV career spanned seven decades, during which he interviewed some of the greats in cinema, music and politics.
Do we still need TVs in hotel rooms? These properties don’t think so
With more ways to consume content than ever, the future of the hotel TV is at risk. These hoteliers think so, and it’s about more than cutting costs.
'Karma': UK TV presenter faces probe over alleged bizarre sex plot
Former tabloid journalist-turned-host on right-wing station defends himself and denies criminality.
Lawyer 'rubbishes' BBC explicit pictures story
A newspaper first reported claims one BBC star paid a teen for explicit pictures - something a lawyer representing the young person has denied.
Peaky Blinders star and creator attack Ron DeSantis over campaign ad
Ron DeSantis, the Republican Governor for Florida, has been attacked for using the fictional character from the hit TV series in an anti-LGBTQ advert for his US presidential campaign without asking for permission.
Irish broadcaster engulfed by scandal over extravagant spending
Senior figures have been grilled about throwing money on flip-flops and undisclosed top-ups for the highest-paid presenters.
Actor Allison Mack released from prison in sex-trafficking case
Mack was sentenced in 2021 for manipulating women into becoming sex slaves for cult-like group NXIVM.
Culture Re-View: John Logie Baird reaches a television milestone
On this day in 1928, the television pioneer demonstrated the world's first colour transmission.
Silvio Berlusconi: A cultural 'cancer' or 'revolution' for Italy?
From normalising populist rhetoric to objectifying women on TV, Euronews Culture takes a look at how the 'Cavaliere' transformed Italy’s cultural and social landscape.
Which European countries trust the media most?
Report shows wide variations in different countries between how much trust people have in jouarnalism.
Can a TV channel keep the language of Jesus alive?
A new television channel has been launched in Iraq to save the 2,000-year-old Syriac language.
Goodbye, Succession: How fandoms cope when TV shows end
As smash hit 'Succession' draws to a close, Euronews Culture explores the enduring influence of TV show finales and their impact on fandoms.
Here's why you should fear on-screen asparagus
Here's a cinematic and televisual theory to challenge even the staunchest asparagus lover.
Will ecocide be television’s next prophetic prediction come true?
Pressure is slowly mounting on governments to support the recognition of ecocide at the International Criminal Court, and nations worldwide are beginning to take unilateral action against it, Jojo Mehta writes.
Film industry writers in the US have gone on strike for better pay
Picket lines formed outside film studios in Los Angeles and New York on Tuesday as thousands of writers downed tools.
Hollywood TV and movie writers go on strike for fair pay
Over 11,000 television and movie writers have gone on strike following the breakdown of pay negotiations between their union, the Writers Guild of America, and various major Hollywood studios.
Hollywood writers go on strike as streaming boom changes industry
The Writers Guild of America has called its first work stoppage in 15 years after the rising popularity of streaming has seen seismic changes to the entertainment industry