NBC broadcaster Ahmad Rashad recalls his interview with Michael Jordan about accusations of a gambling problem that dogged the Chicago Bulls star.
What's on TV Monday, May 4: "The Baker and the Beauty"; coronavirus TV coverage; "Creepshow"; movies on TV; TV talk shows
John Lafia, who co-wrote the 1988 horror movie "Child's Play" and its 1990 sequel, died on April 29. He was 63.
Photos capture Hollywood's movie houses in this pandemic moment.
Readers weigh in on a cellist's front-porch concerts and TV ads in coronavirus time, pop-up bookstores vs. bookmobiles; renegade designs for anew LACMA and more.
Hold on to your wig! RuPaul's annual DragCon is going online. Here's how you can stream it for free.
During the coronavirus crisis, Kacey Musgraves' "Rainbow" has taken its place alongside other classic songs about rainbows to become an anthem of hope and healing.
What's on TV Saturday, May 2, and Sunday Talk Shows: Coronavirus TV coverage; "The Art of Racing in the Rain" on HBO; movies on TV and more.
Kerry English was a beloved "professional audience member," a fan who saw up to five shows a week and provided the support theaters so critically need.
When producers of "The Last Dance" announced a new date for the series to debut, they had finished only three of the 10 episodes. The final episode still is not complete.