What's on TV Tuesday, March 24: 'FBI' and 'FBI: Most Wanted' on NBC; Coronavirus TV specials
The COVID-19 crisis delayed bargaining between the Writers Guild of America and the major studios. Now, the sides can't agree on how long they should extend the current film and TV contract.
The Times TV team recommends the five TV shows we're watching this week — and that you should be too.
Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller, La La Anthony and Danny DeVito are helping Gov. Andrew Cuomo spread New York's "stay at home" campaign to slow the coronavirus.
The United Talent Agency said it is cutting salaries of its employees, as the entertainment industry continues to grapple with the effects of the coronavirus outbreak. Numerous film and TV productions and concerts have been canceled due to the pandemic, leaving many people out of work.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama took to Instagram to share some healthy tips for navigating our "new normal" amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Hank Azaria, David Schwimmer and friends have kept their poker gang together on Zoom, even as player Aaron Tveit tested positive for COVID-19.
Paradigm became the first major talent agency to sign a franchise agreement with the Writers Guild of America. The WGA has been in a months-long dispute with the Association of Talent Agents over a new code of conduct.
Los Angeles, Seattle, Pittsburgh and New Haven, Conn., are among the cities where the Tony-winning musical revival won't play.
Bruce Feiler's personal crisis inspired NBC's new series "Council of Dads." Now, amid a national crisis, he shares the four lessons he learned.