The 22-year Warners executive's steady leadership and the number of juggernauts produced by Hollywood's most prolific TV studio became the envy of other media companies.
Singer John Legend dedicated his performance of "Never Break" to wife Chrissy Teigen, who has kept a low profile since her pregnancy loss last month.
"[Trump] back in prime time was like taking a time machine back to 2004 when he was just a blowhard reality TV host and nothing more," Jimmy Kimmel said.
TV highlights for Oct. 18-24 include Anne Hathaway in a remake of Roald Dahl's "The Witches" and a sequel to the 2006 mockumentary "Borat"
Singer-songwriter-guitarist Omar Apollo is part of a wave of young Spanglish-language artists who have captivated pop fans with their bicultural cool.
After finding a following, and a new career path, via Twitter, Kelly Oxford's directorial debut "Pink Skies Ahead" will make its world premiere at AFI Fest.
Readers comment on our coverage of the death of Eddie Van Halen, the Louise and Walter Arensberg art collection, Paula Woods' book reviews and Mark Swed on listening to Felix Mendelssohn.
Spike Lee brings "David Byrne's American Utopia" to the screen with all of its joy and energy intact.
In a sign of the growing interest in media dealmaking, private equity firm RedBird opens an L.A. office.
Luca Marinelli won the Venice International Film Festival's best actor prize for his performance in Pietro Marcello's brilliantly inventive film.