TV highlights for Sept. 13-19 include the return of "Archer" and a new cycle of "Dancing With the Stars"
"Disloyal," by Donald Trump's former lawyer and fixer, convicted for finance crimes and perjury, is a rake's progress of a Trump loyalist betrayed.
Hollywood wants to reopen and companies are asking crews to sign liability waivers should an on-set outbreak occur; lawyers say they might not be legal.
Director Paul Schrader needed five days to finish shooting "The Card Counter." Plus a shave for Oscar Isaac, who stars with Tiffany Haddish. How he did it.
Maryland, once home to a strict COVID-19 lockdown, has reopened its movie theaters and live music venues with social distancing. But it's surprisingly slow going.
See "Hamilton" and "Hairspray" cast members in a theater benefit. Catch Emma Thompson and Emilia Clarke reading Noel Coward. Your best bets online.
Orange County got the green light to reopen theaters this week.
Anyone who thinks California is all about laid-back living hasn't been here in fire season. No place across our fair land requires the awareness of nature's power, the constant state of preparation and vigilance, that Lotusland demands.
Former KTLA anchor Michaela Pereira is returning to Los Angeles' morning news market next month after stints at CNN and HLN.
Tilda Cobham-Hervey is captivating as Australian singer Helen Reddy in Unjoo Moon's moving music biopic "I Am Woman."