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.
Executive producers Tina Fey and Robert Carlock requested that "30 Rock" episodes featuring characters in blackface be pulled from streaming sites.
Elizabeth Hurley, who had son Damian with the late Steve Bing, is 'saddened beyond belief' by the death of her producer-philanthropist ex on Monday.
Season 3 of 'Ozark' finds Wendy Byrde crossing the line many times over. And Laura Linney is having a blast with it.
Kerry Washington discussed representation and humanity in a roundtable conversation with seven other actors.
From taking shoes off to finding Korean enclaves, the 'Killing Eve' actress layers in her ethnicity for a more nuanced portrayal.
Amanda Peet, who plays infamous Southern California killer Betty Broderick in Season 2 of "Dirty John," turned to writing after 40 — and it's paying off.