What's on TV Tuesday, March 31: 'FBI' on NBC; coronavirus TV specials; season finale of 'Miracle Workers.'
At a moment in which viewers are eager for facts about the coronavirus outbreak, nightly news programs and other venerable formats are delivering.
L.A.'s largest nonprofit theater company suspends the rest of the season, including its LeBron James play "King James." It projects a massive deficit.
The Industry had to close "Sweet Land," its acclaimed opera in a downtown L.A. park. The production shifted online — and is as compelling as ever.
Some L.A. staging and event-production firms have, in a matter of days, remade their companies to build a first line of defense against the coronavirus.
John Prine's wife says her 73-year-old husband is stable after being hospitalized for COVID-19. Fiona Prine says she has recovered but her husband is intubated.
Iger's salary was $3 million in fiscal 2019. His total compensation was $48 million, including bonus and stock awards.
Shaquille O'Neal addresses the controversy surrounding his cameo in the hit Netflix docuseries 'Tiger King,' saying he doesn't 'harm tigers.'
Ten days after he was diagnosed with the coronavirus, Andy Cohen will return Monday with a version of Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" shot from his home.
William Least Heat-Moon, after visiting every U.S. county in the lower 48, is the master of the topographical journey. Now 80, he takes another trip — into the imperfect history of American democracy.