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Buddy Guy in the PBS "American Masters" documentary, "Buddy Guy: The Blues Chase the Blues Away."

To guitar great Buddy Guy, it’s all about giving blues fans a reason to smile

The subject of a new PBS documentary, the blues master talks about his influences, his career, and keeping a tradition alive.

Andrew Scott and Lily James in "The Pursuit of Love," an Amazon adaptation of Nancy Mitford's 1945 novel.

This week’s TV: Beyond ‘Ted Lasso,’ a Nancy Mitford classic, and Robin Roberts chats

Globe critic Matthew Gilbert navigates the week in TV.

Matt Damon poses for photographers for the film 'Stillwater' at the 74th international film festival, Cannes, southern France.

On Fallon, Matt Damon discusses reuniting with Ben Affleck and upcoming projects

Matt Damon graced the stage on Jimmy Fallon’s show Friday evening where the two discussed everything about his upcoming projects to relocating from Los Angeles.

Miles Teller will portray Oscar-winning producer Al Ruddy in "The Offer."

Get pulled back in to ‘The Godfather’ with ‘The Offer’

Paramount+ is putting together a limited series about the making of the 1972 film, from the point of view of Oscar-winning producer Al Ruddy.

Lorne Michaels (pictured in 2019) will be honored alongside Joni Mitchell, Bette Midler, Berry Gordy, and Justino Diaz.

‘SNL’ creator Lorne Michaels among Kennedy Center honorees

The ceremony, which takes place on Dec. 5 (and will be broadcast on CBS shortly after that), will also pay tribute to Joni Mitchell, Bette Midler, Berry Gordy, and Justino Diaz.

"Bo Burnham: Inside."

All eyes on Bo Burnham

The Massachusetts native recently released “Bo Burnham: Inside,” a one-man comedy special on Netflix that captures the hermetic weirdness of life in quarantine and the brilliant chaos inside Burnham’s head. It’s dark, funny, and just scored six Emmy nominations. So why don't you know Bo?

Jason Sudeikis (left) and Brendan Hunt in “Ted Lasso.”

‘Ted Lasso’ continues to charm in season 2

Watching the show provides the same kinds of warm-and-fuzzies as the humane likes of “Schitt’s Creek” or “Parks and Recreation” (and, of course, “Friday Night Lights”).

From left: Harriet Walter, Ingrid Torelli, Frances O'Connor, and Morgan Davies in "The End."

Drawn to the light in Showtime’s ‘The End’

The British-Australian import's story lines are dense with issues of death, but the comedic moments are a great relief and the acknowledgments of all the absurdities of life and suffering are heartening.