Former First Lady Michelle Obama will be reading children's books in a weekly series of videos for Penguin Random House and PBS Kids through May 11.
A watch party with fictional band the Wonders, from Tom Hanks' 1996 film, "That Thing You Do!," will honor songwriter Adam Schlesinger, who died from COVID-19.
While "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" continues to tape at the host's home, core crew members are reportedly upset over a lack of communication from top producers.
Comic-Con International announced Friday that SDCC 2020 has been canceled over coronavirus concerns, but the pop-culture convention will return next year.
Taylor Swift was billed as the first woman to perform the opening concert at an NFL stadium, but July dates at SoFi are canceled because of the COVID-19 crisis.
Epidemiologists and government officials agree that large-scale concerts and festivals can't be safely held until 2021, a crushing blow.
The Sundance Institute's Keri Putnam speaks about the $1-million relief fund for artists and arts organizations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bob Saget has been busy during the coronavirus lockdown, video-chatting with Norman Lear, staging "Full House" reunions on TikTok and producing a new podcast.
Pearl Jam didn't intend for their new album, "Gigaton," to be a coronavirus hymnal. Yet it rises to the occasion with glimmers of hope, resilience and even ecstasy.
See Susan Egan ("Beauty and the Beast"), Krysta Rodriguez ("Hercules") and Christian Borle ("Mary Poppins") in a benefit for a COVID-19 relief fund.