What's on TV Friday, March 13: 'Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector'on NBC; coronavirus special
Engaging with themes of colonization, "Sweet Land" uses the Los Angeles landscape as its stage.
Lin-Manuel Miranda has released a never-before-heard song that was cut from his Tony Award-winning musical "Hamilton." It's the cure for what ails you.
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" and "Late Night With Seth Meyers" will begin a previously planned hiatus early, NBC said Thursday.
Edwidge Danticat and Patrick Radden Keefe were among today's winners, announced after the ceremony was canceled.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, Disney has postponed the theatrical releases of "Mulan," the latest X-Men film and a Guillermo Del Toro horror production.
After Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison, actress Kate Beckinsale shared on Instagram a disturbing memory of the convicted rapist.
Two new thrillers from Brazil ('Bacurau') and China ('The Wild Goose Lake') brilliantly merge stylish genre homage and incisive social commentary.
Film crews in Los Angeles are starting to face restrictions on filming in the city as legislators seek to halt the spread of coronavirus.
In 'Lost Transmissions,' a schizophrenia music producer goes AWOL in L.A. after going off his medication. With Alexandra Daddario, Juno Temple, Simon Pegg.