Diane Baker, Diane Ladd and the writers and director of the movie "Seberg" reflect on the tumultuous life and mysterious death of the 1960s New Wave star.
What's on TV Wednesday, Feb. 26: 'It's Personal With Amy Hoggart' on TBS and truTV; Presidential Town Halls;
Bob Iger transformed Disney during his 15-year tenure as CEO; now he's handing the reins to Bob Chapek, who led the company's parks division for nearly five years.
TV Ratings story for the week of Feb. 17-23: The Democrats' Las Vegas debate won the weekly ratings
"Lizzie McGuire" star Hilary Duff got upset when a man refused to stop taking pictures of her 7-year-old son's football game. Now she wants laws changed.
The change is effective immediately, the company said. Iger assumes the role of executive chairman and will direct the company's creative endeavors.
A decade in the making, Tyra Banks' modeling utopia, ModelLand, 'will emulate a fantasy version of the modeling world.' The park opens in Santa Monica in May.
Better than Leonard Bernstein? You bet. Gustavo Dudamel and the L.A. Phil deliver a vibrant, rapturous start to an unlikely symphony cycle.
Fans will be able to relive 25 years of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" via a new podcast featuring interviews with Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, Suze Orman and others.
"Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson says he has hit rock bottom "a few times," which has involved cutting his chest and scaring his friends with his behavior.