What's on TV Wednesday, May 13: Season finales of Schooled, American Housewife, The Goldbergs and Single Parents on ABC; Coronavirus;
The definitive entry in the "Star Wars" saga takes on the heavyweights "Mad Max: Fury Road," "The Road Warrior" and "Top Gun" in this week's Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown.
Musician Bryan Adams has apologized for an expletive-laden Instagram post blaming the cancellation of his concerts on "bat eating ... greedy bastards."
Dick Rosenzweig, a longtime executive at Playboy Enterprises Inc., died May 6. He was receiving treatment for pancreatic cancer.
Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel sort of apologized for a video that made Vice President Mike Pence look bad. But Kimmel was more disgusted by the backlash.
From Drake to 5 Seconds of Summer to Kehlani, videos shot in quarantine have become a go-to medium to renegotiate the social contract of pop stardom.
In its third episode, Netflix's "The Eddy," from "La La Land" director Damian Chazelle, holds a jazz funeral. Here's how they pulled it off.
A coalition of L.A.-based literary organizations and allies sent a letter to L.A. City Council Monday requesting financial aid during the pandemic.
After reprising his germophobe character Adrian Monk for Peacock's new quarantine series, Tony Shalhoub reveals he and his wife both had COVID-19.
Disney announced that a filmed version of 'Hamilton,' Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway smash, will be coming to its Disney+ streaming service July 3.