From left, Laura Carmichael, Penelope Wilton, Joanne Froggat, Raquel Cassidy, and Samantha Bond in “Downton.”
Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former Trump administration staffer, said on “Celebrity Big Brother” that she wouldn’t vote for President Trump again “in a million years.”
Charles Grant, one of the performers, dances with the crowd at Nick Cave’s “The Let Go” at the Park Avenue Armory. Mr. Cave said he was inspired by his own disco days, when spending time in clubs was a refuge.
Joan Mitchell’s “Blueberry” sold for $16.6 million at Christie’s postwar and contemporary art sale.
The contestants in “The Bachelor Winter Games,” drawn from 12 countries, will compete in athletic events like a biathlon and ice dancing, as well as for true love.
Cagatay Ulusoy, left, and Hazar Erguclu in “The Protector,” Netflix’s first original Turkish-language show.
Lauren Ambrose and Gillian Anderson in “The X-Files.”
Charline von Heyl’s “Slow Tramp,” from 2012, in the exhibition “Snake Eyes” at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington.
Robert De Niro, left, as Robert Mueller, the special counsel in the Russia investigation, and Ben Stiller as Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer, on “Saturday Night Live.”
A still from the video "Virtual Altar," by Pieter Jossa, included in the pavilion called Plasma.
Christian Marclay, left, and Andrew Lin, a Snap engineer, setting up “Talk to Me/Sing to Me” at a demonstration in Paris.
“Dance is such a very vulnerable way of expressing myself,” Mr. Swain said. “I was trying to hide and run away from it.”
Ann Dowd, right, with Elisabeth Moss in “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Ms. Dowd won an Emmy last year for her performance and has been nominated again this year.
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, which has just named Klaus Biesenbach its new director.
David Wojnarowicz’s “Untitled (Face in Dirt),” from 1991, shows the artist sinking into the earth (or is he rising, Lazarus-like, from it?) in Death Valley. It is part of “David Wojnarowicz: History Keeps Me Awake at Night,” an exhibition opening Friday at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Ryan Murphy, a creator of the new FX series “Pose,” and Janet Mock, the author and transgender activist, sit down for lunch at Il Cantinori in Manhattan.
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