During a pandemic that puts class divisions into sharper focus, this acclaimed "Ironbound" gets a benefit reading by its original New York cast.
What's on TV Thursday, April 9: 'Will and Grace' on NBC; Coronavirus - COVID-19 coverage; Movies on TV
In honor of the series finale of "Schitt's Creek," Times television critic Robert Lloyd looks back fondly on his encounters with the cast.
Hanan Harchol's autobiographical drama "About a Teacher" was inspired by his experiences as a NYC high school film teacher.
Coronavirus forces the Los Angeles Philharmonic to cancel the rest of 2019-20. Dudamel will forgo salary; musicians and staff face pay cuts and layoffs.
The Disney streaming service's subscriber count has grown by 75% since February.
It may test the patience of adults, but "Trolls World Tour" is likely to entertain kids stuck inside during the coronavirus outbreak.
The people who are adapting best to working from home are the ones who have been juggling demands all along: parents.
Sarah Silverman, John Cusack, Alyssa Milano and more celebrities thanked Sen. Bernie Sanders on social media for a hard-fought presidential campaign.
Creative Artists agency said Wednesday that it would cut the pay of its employees by up to 50% and that three of its top executives are not taking salaries this year. The move is the latest cost-cutting step by a major Hollywood talent agency in response to the coronavirus outbreak.