TV highlights for July 5-11 include a documentary about astrologer Walter Mercado and a new WWII drama starring Tom Hanks
Tom Shepherd's essential documentary "Unsettled" follows LGBTQ refugees from Syria, Angola and the Republic of the Congo navigate uncertainty in San Francisco.
Through archival footage, husband Patton Oswalt and her own words, the late Michelle McNamara's legacy lives on in "I'll Be Gone in the Dark."
In a special episode of Netflix's "Lenox Hill," pregnant Dr. Mirtha Macri emerges as a hero of the COVID-19 pandemic. We spoke with her about the experience.
How facing down Hollywood racism made Bruce Lee stronger.
TV highlights for June 7-13 include a profile of martial arts legend Bruce Lee on ESPN's "30 for 30" and a "Grease Sing-Along" on CBS
ESPN documentary "Be Water" fleshes out the life and challenges of the legendary martial-arts master.
As protests over the death of George Floyd continue, a documentary about the 1992 L.A. riots leads this week's Times TV picks.
"Laurel Canyon," the new two-part documentary on Epix premiering Sunday, is the most comprehensive and musically satisfying document of a notably insular scene
In HBO documentary "Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind," the star's daughter Natasha Gregson Wagner offers a personal counterpoint to true crime gossip.