What's on TV Wednesday, Aug. 26: Republican Convention; "Coroner" on the CW; season finales of "United we Fall" on ABC and "Corporate" on Comedy Central
Brit Bennett brings her bestselling novel, "The Vanishing Half," to L.A. Times Book Club readers.
A new novel from the pseudonymous author of the Neapolitan quartet is a fascinating, slightly off-balance tale of coming of age in '90s Naples, Italy.
Cardi B, Aisha Tyler, LeBron James and Detroit Lions players are among the celebrities and sports figures protesting the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
"I must of gotten really fast & tall overnight," comedian Kevin Hart joked after NBC accidentally ran a photo of him with a story on athlete Usain Bolt.
"Pain and Glory" actor Antonio Banderas announced on Twitter on Tuesday that he has recovered from COVID-19 after three weeks of confinement.
Elton John is celebrating the 50th anniversary of his legendary Troubadour concerts by rereleasing a limited edition of his 1970 self-titled album.
Viewing for the GOP's gathering on Monday also fell short of the opening night for the Democratic convention.
Late-night TV host Stephen Colbert was among many who had a strong reaction to "vengeful banshee" Kimberly Guilfoyle's RNC remarks on Monday.
Director Betty Kaplan started making her new movie — then the pandemic hit. In diary entries, she reveals how she finished her film in the time of COVID-19.