When it premiered 20 years ago, Black family drama "Soul Food" was a TV rarity. Despite occasional successors — "Power," "Empire," "Greenleaf" — it still is.
As more live events take place on screens, creators and producers will need new ways to license and protect copyrighted material, writes an intellectual property attorney.
The 20th anniversary of the BET Awards featured a host performing in front of a green screen and a protests-fueled update of Public Enemy's "Fight the Power."
Country singer Chase Rice was chastised for performing Saturday in front of a tightly packed Tennessee crowd, most of whom were not wearing masks.
What's on TV Monday, June 29: 'POV: And She Could Be Next' on PBS; movies on TV; TV talk shows
Blind Melon singer Shannon Hoon was an obsessive videographer right up until his death. The documentary "All I Can Say" assembles his footage in a compelling story.
The man behind the 'I [Heart] New York' logo and New York magazine's pop-psychedelic punch in the 1960s shaped how we use symbols.
Frida Kahlo photos now on view on Catalina Island. Other weekend options: "Crazy Woke Asians for Black Lives" and a Maria Bamford comedy special.
The Democratic Party of Orange County officials passed an emergency resolution condemning film legend John Wayne's "racist and bigoted statements" and calling for an airport name change.
What's on TV Saturday, June 27, plus Sunday Talk shows