What's on TV Thursday, July 2: "The Bold Type" on Freeform; "Council of Dads" season finale on NBC; "Flipping Across America" premieres
Location film shoots are gradually returning to the streets of Los Angeles even as the coronavirus health crisis renews.
In a year marked by COVID-19 and social unrest, music stars such as Fiona Apple, Killer Mike, Bad Bunny and Bob Dylan have risen to the occasion.
Comedy Central is reviving the beloved 1990s TV series "Beavis and Butt-Head" for two seasons as part of an expansive deal with creator Mike Judge.
'Emancipation,' a feature film directed by Antoine Fuqua and starring Will Smith as a fugitive from slavery, has been acquired by Apple Original Films.
Journalist Ben Ehrenreich lost track of time under Trump. His new 'Road Map for the End of Time' looks for answers in philosophies and disasters.
Fox News has fired Ed Henry, a daytime anchor and former head of the White House Correspondents Assn., after an investigation into sexual misconduct.
With a focus on personal stories, director Greg Whiteley calls the visual style of his Netflix documentary 'Cheer' 'simultaneously aggressive and poetic.'
What's up and what's down: Emmy predictions for variety talk, sketch shows and movies made for television.
Beginning tonight, conversations among top drama and comedy actors, along with the folks behind Emmy-contending series, will air on Spectrum News 1.