Daniel Radcliffe stopped by "The Daily Show" to promote his new film, "Imperium," which is based on the real-life experiences of an FBI agent who went undercover with white supremacists. The "Harry Potter" star told Trevor Noah that after shooting scenes in which he used racial slurs, he went up to his co-stars and apologized.
Imagine an alternate reality in which Michael Scott, the well-intentioned but endlessly bumbling boss in The Office, really did catch a big break from Hollywood. It sounds insane, and incredibly, it actually exists: Comedy Central’s Review, which stars Andy Daly as a Scott-like TV host, begins its second season on Wednesday night. Review was one of last summer’s best new shows, and also one of the most unique: While it’s a reality TV parody, satire is not its aim.