What's on TV Friday, July 3: "Jumanji: The Next Level"; coronavirus; "The Searchers" and other movies on TV; TV talk shows
A COVID-19 resurgence has closed museums, but not art space SoLA Contemporary, which has a new show of protest art viewable through its windows or inside.
Hirozaku Kore-eda transcends place and language with Paris-set "The Truth," starring Catherine Deneuve, Juliette Binoche and Ethan Hawke.
Werner Herzog examines the cost of relationships and Japan's rent-a-family industry in "Family Romance, LLC."
Hirota, a contestant on Netflix's reality competition series, "Next in Fashion," is speaking out about keeping his fashion business going during the COVID-19 pandemic, making face masks and what the fashion industry must do to move forward.
Fitness instructor Amanda Kloots updated Gayle King on her husband, Broadway star Nick Cordero, who's been in the ICU for about 90 days as he battles COVID-19.
The 27th Screen Actors Guild Awards will now take place on March 14, 2021. The eligibility period for films and shows has also been extended by two months.
In Lynn Steger Strong's 'Want,' a writer, teacher and mother faces up to her own privilege and the precariousness of her middle-class life.
Rage Against the Machine co-founder Tom Morello has teamed with the Bloody Beetroots, Shea Diamond and Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds for "Stand Up."
The actor also cocreated and stars in the animated musical "Central Park," and delights in bringing his fave film casts together on "Reunited Apart."