What's on TV Friday, June 12: 'Trackers' on Cinemax; coronavirus; movies on TV; TV Talk shows
On a drive from Missouri to California, with generational battles at every turn, a family rediscovers an "impervious and fragile country."
Fox News has seen several companies say they will no longer commercials in "Tucker Carlson Tonight" due to the host's comments on Black Lives Matter.
British actor Bill Nighy gives yet another memorable performance in the quirky comedy-drama "Sometimes Always Never," written by Frank Cottrell Boyce.
Walter Thompson-Hernández tells the stories of "The Compton Cowboys" as they look for the next generation of young riders.
Pop star Lizzo posted a TikTok video clapping back at critics of her body, telling them to mind their own business and look inward.
The stars of FX's "Pose," Universal Parks, Warner Bros. and Scholastic are among the latest to respond to J.K. Rowling's anti-trans tweets and follow-up essay.
Amid nationwide protests against racism, the country group Lady Antebellum announced that it was dropping a word associated with slavery from its name.
When future historians look back at this era in anti-racist music, they'd be advised to expand their search terms.
In partnership with Kacey Musgraves' producer Daniel Tashian, the legendary songwriter is releasing his first new music in 15 years.