Writer-producer-star Michaela Coel of the sitcom "Chewing Gum" mines her own experience of sexual assault for the HBO/BBC series "I May Destroy You"
What's on TV Monday, June 15: The season finale of "Songland" on NBC; coronavirus; movies on TV; TV talk shows
Maude Apatow, daughter of director Judd, is trying to make a name for herself as an actress in "The King of Staten Island."
Veteran talent executive Barbara Fedida's future is in doubt after a published report about allegedly racist comments.
How to stream Royal Ballet's "Mayerling," a Black Lives Matter co-founder's project inspired by Ahmaud Arbery and the National Puerto Rican Day Parade.
On his first album of original material in 8 years, Bob Dylan sings of betrayal, dismemberment and rock 'n' roll.
With safety protocols set forth by Hollywood unions and the state of California, the film and TV industry is hoping to get back to work.
For the first time, the WGA West published an open letter from its membership — a call from its Committee of Black Writers for change in Hollywood.
Warner Bros. was set to release Christopher Nolan's mysterious sci-fi film in theaters worldwide July 17 and kickstart the industry.
Media companies, including Comcast, Sony Music and Warner Music, have contributed millions to groups supporting antiracism and social justice.