What's on TV Friday, May 1: 'Betty' premieres on HBO; Coronavirus; wedding day on 'Magnum PI'; season finale of 'Charmed'; movies on TV; TV talk shows
Sheltering at home will be a time to reflect with a livestream.
Organizers behind San Francisco's Game Developers Conference said they were being "optimistic" when they postponed their March gathering to August. Now GDC Summer is online-only.
Will Smith, Alfonso Ribeiro and other "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" alumni saluted the late James Avery, a.k.a. Uncle Phil, during the cast's virtual reunion.
Tim League founded Alamo Drafthouse in 1997 with his wife Karrie. The company opened its downtown Los Angeles location last year.
L.A. Opera officially cancels its last production of the 2019-20 season, but the effect on employees won't be as catastrophic as you might think.
Shaquille O'Neal wants to make you smile, especially during the stress and uncertainty of the COVID-19 era.
NBC and Universal Television's "A Parks and Recreation Special" airs tonight on NBC, featuring the original cast and special guests filmed from their homes.
Instagram influencer Francesca Farago, star of the Netflix reality show "Too Hot to Handle," dishes about her experience.
Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan rewrite the history of Hollywood in Netflix's "Hollywood," a progressive fantasy of motion pictures in 1947.