The move comes as the Hollywood startup, which specializes in "bite-sized" shows target mobile phone users, is trying to grow its audience at a time when people are sheltering at home.
'I walked past the door to the gym and flames ... BOOM !!!!!!' Britney Spears shared on Instagram with a video showing her quarantine workout moves.
Jean Dujardin and Adèle Haenel star in "Deerskin," director Quentin Dupieux's latest darkly absurdist comedy.
R&B singer, songwriter and producer Babyface was initially wary of battling fellow legend Teddy Riley on IG Live. Then old friend Diddy stepped in.
Anna Solomon, whose novel "The Book of V." comes out next week, juggles writing, building rafts and book promotion in a void in our latest diary
Alice Wu returns with Netflix's 'The Half of It,' a charming manifesto on love that mines both high school romances and classic movies.
It's alive! Watch Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller switch off in the lead roles in a stage adaptation of "Frankenstein."
From a look at Barack Obama's White House photographer to a personal production on the streets of Germany, many documentaries are still in production during quarantine thanks to technology, smaller crews and archival footage.
This week would have seen the release of Marvel's "Black Widow" and the official kickoff to the annual summer movie season. Instead, as theaters remain closed and productions are on hold, the season has essentially been canceled. The Times takes a look at our lost summer, how studios are responding by finding alternate ways to release movies and the creative approaches some filmmakers are taking to keep working.And as California debates reopening during the coronavirus, the big question looms: What's next for the movies? We asked Hollywood.
Coverage of the first round of the NFL draft on ESPN draws record viewership as more people than usual stay at home.