Jean Smart, star of HBO's "Watchmen," discusses the series' "prophetic" political content on the latest episode of The Times' TV podcast, "Can't Stop Watching."
'One Day at a Time's' new episode tackles Trump-era challenge of discussing the 2020 election with family members who don't share your politics.
What's on TV Wednesday, June 17: 'The 100' on the CW; coronavirus; movies on TV; TV talk shows.
Dolly Parton's fans are rallying to get a statue of the country queen to replace a monument of Confederate general and KKK leader Nathan Bedford Forrest.
Kim Kardashian West tweeted the wrong picture of Riah Milton in a post supporting Black trans lives but deleted it after pleas to take down the photo.
Lady A, formerly known as Lady Antebellum, recently met online with blues singer Lady A, who wasn't happy about the country group's new name.
An illicit dance party, held in a South L.A. warehouse on Friday night, may have been the city's first live music event since the coronavirus shutdown.
In a new kind of quarantine diary, the author of the Oprah's Book Club bestseller "An American Marriage" dons a mask and waits nearly four hours to vote.
Actress Uzo Aduba explains how she came to understand Shirley Chisholm while doing research to play her in 'Mrs. America.'
Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult join writer Tony McNamara in deconstructing the irreverent 'The Great.' Their conclusion? 'It's not a history lesson.'