HBO docuseries "Atlanta's Missing and Murdered" joined the "Atlanta Monster" podcast and Netflix's "Mindhunter" in highlighting the case. So what's next?
Mattel and Hasbro are saluting Star Wars Day by offering four limited-edition Barbies and a Baby Yoda version of the Monopoly board game.
The experimental theater company revisits Shakespeare using a 1964 filmed performance of Richard Burton. Here's how to stream it for free.
In 'Upload,' a new Amazon comedy from 'The Office' and 'Parks and Recreation' whiz Greg Daniels, Robbie Amell stars as a man in a (digital) afterlife.
Talia Shire has a new release, 'Working Man,' that she calls a powerful film that 'spoke to my soul.'
Olivia Jackson was left with life changing injuries after an accident on set. She is fighting for compensation and the rights of film crews.
At Netflix, we've resumed production in some countries. And we're learning what safety will look like post-pandemic
NBC broadcaster Ahmad Rashad recalls his interview with Michael Jordan about accusations of a gambling problem that dogged the Chicago Bulls star.
What's on TV Monday, May 4: "The Baker and the Beauty"; coronavirus TV coverage; "Creepshow"; movies on TV; TV talk shows
John Lafia, who co-wrote the 1988 horror movie "Child's Play" and its 1990 sequel, died on April 29. He was 63.