Tom Shepherd's essential documentary "Unsettled" follows LGBTQ refugees from Syria, Angola and the Republic of the Congo navigate uncertainty in San Francisco.
Broadway theaters will remain dark through the end of the year, the Broadway League announced Monday.
'It was so important for me to be broken so that I could find my wholeness,' Katy Perry said of the 'dark times' leading up to her new album.
Ava DuVernay will executive produce the six-episode scripted series "Colin in Black & White," about Colin Kaepernick's high school years.
When it premiered 20 years ago, Black family drama "Soul Food" was a TV rarity. Despite occasional successors — "Power," "Empire," "Greenleaf" — it still is.
As more live events take place on screens, creators and producers will need new ways to license and protect copyrighted material, writes an intellectual property attorney.
The 20th anniversary of the BET Awards featured a host performing in front of a green screen and a protests-fueled update of Public Enemy's "Fight the Power."
Country singer Chase Rice was chastised for performing Saturday in front of a tightly packed Tennessee crowd, most of whom were not wearing masks.
What's on TV Monday, June 29: 'POV: And She Could Be Next' on PBS; movies on TV; TV talk shows
Blind Melon singer Shannon Hoon was an obsessive videographer right up until his death. The documentary "All I Can Say" assembles his footage in a compelling story.