Regis Philbin, the effervescent broadcast personality whose everyman shtick, pithy one-liners and ability to relate to a live studio audience on talk shows such as "Live!
In a 2018 episode of PBS Kids' series "Arthur," civil rights leader John Lewis guest-starred as himself to encourage its aardvark protagonist to political action.
Comic-Con veterans from the L.A. Times recommend which virtual panels to watch during Friday's SDCC 2020 @ Home.
How Dave Franco's directorial debut, "The Rental," injects a familiar horror premise with unexpected twists.
What's on TV Saturday, July 25, plus Sunday talk shows: 'Surviving Joe Exotic' on Animal Planet; baseball; WNBA; pre-season NBA; MLS Soccer.
Singer-songwriter Ciara shared a video of herself singing "Happy Birthday" to her second child with Russell Wilson through a sparkly face mask.
When Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash on Jan. 26, artistic fans expressed their grief by creating huge tribute murals days after the Lakers' star's death. Ardent fan Mike Asner was so moved by what he saw, he created the @KobeMural account on Instagram to map the location of the murals, which now number 200 in Southern California alone.
What histories are we not honoring? Artists, architects and historians give their ideas for new monuments across the country.
Laurie R. King wanted the 16th novel in her Mary Russell/Sherlock Holmes series to be a distraction from the last few years of turbulence, but she has long used the Holmes pastiche to make social and political churn feel like a great adventure.
Joel Courtney talks to The Times about making "The Kissing Booth 2" and relating to his character. P.S.: He'd be "totally down" for a "Kissing Booth 3."