What's on TV Wednesday, Dec. 2: The season premiere of "SEAL Team" on CBS; an afternoon NFL football game on NBC
Actors allege that changes made to a union health plan will make it harder for them to keep their insurance during the pandemic.
Journalist Elaine Welteroth and fitness instructor Amanda Kloots are joining "The Talk" hosts Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Carrie Ann Inaba.
Props from a beer commercial are being displayed as sculpture.
BookExpo, the largest bookseller trade show in the U.S., and its consumer-facing sibling BookCon have been indefinitely canceled because of the pandemic.
The immersive documentary "Mayor," written and directed by David Osit, focuses on Musa Hadid, the dedicated leader of the Palestinian city of Ramallah.
"I can't begin to express how remarkable it feels to finally love who I am enough to pursue my authentic self," wrote "Juno" actor Elliot Page.
Mariah Carey's list of 'essential 2020 reading' includes a host of books by Black authors, along with the pop diva's own bestselling recent memoir.
Matt Bomer, Magic Johnson, Elton John, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Angelica Ross and Jonathan Van Ness are among the celebrities speaking up on World AIDS Day.
What's on TV Tuesday, Dec. 1: "Tell Me a Story" on the CW; "Next" on Fox