What's on TV Saturday, March 28: 'Just My Type' on Hallmark; coronavirus coverage; 20/20: Lizzie Borden; California Cooking and more
Trish Regan will not return to the cable business channel after downplaying the severity of the coronavirus outbreak.
"If I don't get cast as Joe Exotic in the eventual biopic, Hollywood is broken," Dax Shepard tweeted about Netflix's latest, wildest hit, "Tiger King."
Instagram Live DJ sets from D-Nice have become sensations, with celebs from Michelle Obama to Drake joining tens of thousands of quarantined viewers.
Emmy ceremony stays on schedule, but FYC events are banned, the period during which "hanging" episodes can qualify expands and the voting schedule pushes back.
Approaching their official exit from the royal family, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reportedly have fled Canada for California during the coronavirus crisis.
TV highlights for March 29-April 4 include the new CBS sitcom "Broke" with Pauley Perrette, a salute to Garth Brook on KOCE and Charlton Heston in "The Ten Commandments" on ABC. Plus, star-studded, socially distanced specials on CBS, Fox and Nickelodeon.
Movies on TV this week: Sunday, March 29, 2020
In a coronavirus quarantine diary, 'The Other Americans' author Laila reads 'The Bell Jar,' recommends Kiese Laymon's 'Heavy' and watches 'Devs.'
Andrew Bartz's novel, "The Herd," is a mystery wrapped around a parody of The Wing