Thursday's town hall events in lieu of a canceled presidential debate will air at the same time, prompting criticism that "this is a bad decision."
Shakira and Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks are the latest stars to re-create TikTok sensation Nathan Apodaca's viral "Dreams" video.
Ron Howard's "Hillbilly Elegy" stars Amy Adams as a woman struggling with addiction and Glenn Close as her mother, navigating family trauma.
Rachel Howzell Hall's new novel, "And Now She's Gone," breaks the crime-fiction mold; its success proves a long line of publishers wrong.
Sarah Smarsh, who sought to debunk myths about the white working class in "Heartland," follows up with the Parton tribute "She Come by It Natural."
In Olga Neuwirth's "Masaot/Clocks Without Hands," the ultimate outsider symphonically tackles a nation's hang-ups about homeland and patriarchy.
The union representing film and television crew members announced initiatives to improve diversity in its ranks.
I hadn't thought of Conchata Ferrell in years, but when I heard she died I realized how very much I would miss her on the screen.
What's on TV Wednesday, Oct. 14: "Devils" on the CW; MLB Playoffs: Atlanta Braves vs. Dodgers; "The Amazing Race" on CBS
The 2020 Billboard Music Awards, hosted by Kelly Clarkson, will feature performances from Alicia Keyes, Demi Lovato, Garth Brooks, Post Malone, BTS and more.