What's on TV Tuesday, June 30: What's on TV Tuesday: Mt. Everest on National Geographic; novel coronavirus; movies on TV; TV talk shows; "Dirty John"
The National Trust for Historic Preservation now supports the removal of public Confederate monuments, regardless of how old or "historic" they may be.
Usher, Lupita Nyong'o, Taylor Swift, Mindy Kaling, Chris Evans, Pharrell and others are urging the government to recognize Juneteenth as a national holiday.
ABC's Karey Burke says 'The Rookie,' starring Nathan Fillion as a middle-aged LAPD newcomer, will reflect the issues that have arisen since George Floyd was killed.
"That ain't enough for me," actress Keke Palmer said when National Guardsmen took a knee after she urged them to march alongside protesters in Hollywood.
WGN America's has just hired three little-known anchors for its three-hour newscast that debuts Sept. 1. "News Nation" is a gamble by WGN America and its parent company Dallas-based Nexstar Media Group that there is an appetite for politically neutral news on cable.
How to watch the "National Memorial Day Concert" featuring Cynthia Erivo, Renée Fleming, Trace Adkins and CeCe Winans, plus other holiday picks.
The future of Broadway tours is complicated. When will "Hamilton," "Harry Potter," "Dear Evan Hansen" and "To Kill a Mockingbird" resume on the road?
The lineup kicks off with James Corden's Tony-winning performance in the play "One Man, Two Guvnors," streamed every Thursday and available afterward on demand.
Having turned over the coronavirus to Google and various CEOs, Trump declares a national emergency