Actress Lea Michele issued an apology after "Glee" alumni Samantha Marie Ware and Alex Newell called her out on Twitter for "traumatic microaggressions."
An Irish millennial's first novel, "Exciting Times," pins the touchstone generational tension between sardonicism and sincerity.
Bestsellers List Sun., June 7, 2020
Culver City-based Zoic Studios, which produces visual effects for film and TV, sees growth in its Zoic Labs, which brings VFX skills to COVID-19 research.
Chris Mason plays young Dan Broderick in "Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story" — and developed a mean impersonation of counterpart Christian Slater to do it.
What's on TV Wednesday, June 3: 'At Home With Amy Sedaris'; COVID-19; TV talk shows; movies on TV
"Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris announced that two powerful episodes of the show will air as reruns tonight on ABC in observance of Blackout Tuesday.
For the Times' Envelope Showrunners Roundtable, "Mrs. America" creator Dahvi Waller explained why she explored feminism through an anti-feminist's lens.
Digital-art memorials to George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and other black victims of white violence are rallying cries for social justice.
Terrace Martin's "Pig Feet" was recorded during the past week and features Kamasi Washington, Denzel Curry, G Perico and Daylyt.