What's on TV Friday, Feb. 21: Series finale of 'Fresh Off the Boat' on ABC
L.A. Opera opens "Roberto Devereux." A jukebox musical celebrates Simon & Garfunkel. Dance fans have options at REDCAT, the Wallis and the Soraya.
At Colorado rally, Donald Trump criticized the film academy for giving its top prize to a South Korean film
TV Ratings story for the week of Feb. 10-16: The drama 'NCIS' wins the TV ratings race; NBA All-star tribute to Kobe Bryant
Ivo van Hove opens his video-enhanced, Jerome Robbins-less "West Side Story," a bombardment of sight and sound. It's bracing, vital and sublime.
The WGA and Creative Artists Agency, United Talent Agency and Endeavor have agreed to meet with a mediator to resolve a federal lawsuit by the agencies accusing the union of organizing an illegal boycott.
Last man standing Robbie Robertson talks about his life and his years with the Band.
Ding-dong. "Hello!" "The Book of Mormon" is back in Los Angeles. Is the cast good? And how are those Uganda jokes landing?
"Gentefied," a Netflix comedy of gentrification and generations in L.A.'s Boyle Heights, is full of shaggy charms.
Ava Gardner and James Mason star in the digitally-restored 4K release of Albert Lewin's 1951 fantasy-romance "Pandora and the Flying Dutchman."