Billy Crudup's Cory Ellison is a spy in the house of capitalism, and it may be the most fascinating part of "The Morning Show."
Antoinette Nwandu wishes for the day when "Pass Over," partly inspired by the death of Trayvon Martin, is no longer so painfully relevant.
Emily Temple's "The Lightness," about a seeker who loses more than she finds, is a beguiling novel after Donna Tartt's heart, if not her plotting.
Now settled in L.A., the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have signed with the Harry Walker Agency to book speaking engagements on health and social issues.
Hollywood has worked to increase diversity in its lowers ranks. But the top writing jobs in film and TV still largely go to white men.
Q&A with Run the Jewels. New album "RTJ4" came out after Killer Mike's viral speech on race and pain but before the police killing of Rayshard Brooks.
What's on TV Wednesday, June 24: 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'; coronvirus; movie on TV; TV Talk shows and more
Whether or not he "ruined" the Batman franchise, Joel Schumacher changed film and television forever with "St. Elmo's Fire."
Barcelona's acclaimed Gran Teatre del Liceu opera house reopened Monday evening with a Puccini performance in front of thousands of plants.
Steve Carell and Rose Byrne play sparring political strategists in "Irresistible," a weirdly off-key political satire from writer-director Jon Stewart.