How can artists respond to the COVID-19 pandemic? Joaquin Phoenix's much-ridiculed Oscar acceptance speech actually suggests an answer.
FX on Hulu series "Mrs. America," about the fight for — and against — the Equal Rights Amendment — is compelling, ambitious TV drama.
ESPN and Netflix's docuseries "The Last Dance," about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, is ambitious sports storytelling at a moment we're aching for it.
What's on TV Wednesday, April 15: 'Riverdale' on the CW; coronavirus; Blood Sugar Rising
The documentary "Chichinnete: The Accidental Spy" profiles Marthe Cohn, a Jewish woman from France who became a spy in Nazi Germany.
The last thing we need is another Beethoven's Fifth Symphony — unless Teodor Currentzis is conducting. His new recording brings much-needed catharsis.
The cable giant's streaming service will be offered free to consumers with commercials. Peacock launches nationwide July 15. Comcast subscribers get a preview April 15.
On Tuesday, Simon & Schuster announced it will publish Alex Trebek's memoir, "The Answer Is…: Reflections on My Life," on July 21.
Paul McCartney, a longtime animal-rights activist, discussed the coronavirus pandemic and Chinese wet markets on Howard Stern's Sirius XM radio show Tuesday.
In "The World Without Us," Alan Weisman imagined how the Earth would look if humans vanished. Is the COVID-19 lockdown making that a reality?