"You people have lost your minds," actress Kirstie Alley wrote in a since-deleted tweet criticizing new diversity rules for best-picture Oscar nominees.
AMC's "The Walking Dead" will end in late 2022 after more than a decade on TV with "an expanded two-year 11th season" that will feature 24 episodes.
Founder of L.A.'s transformational the Industry is named artistic director of Michigan Opera Theatre, making Detroit a locus for a shake-up in American opera.
Obi Kaufmann's "The Forests of California" is the latest in a series of guides that suggest saving our natural legacy requires understanding it.
In Hulu's weird, surprising "Woke," Lamorne Morris plays an apolitical cartoonist who has a change of mind, replete with visions — and J.B. Smoove.
At Netflix, being adequate could result in a severance package. Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer's book details its culture to inspire others to follow its path.
The Kardashians' departure is a blow for the NBCUniversal-owned network. But it's not surprising.
The two R&B icons will battle on Sunday in the latest installment of the popular Instagram Live series.
Starting in 2024, movies will need to meet specific inclusion standards in order to be eligible for the best picture Oscar.
What's on TV Wednesday, Sept. 9: "The 100" on the CW; HGTV's "Brother vs. Brother" comes to Los Angeles.