An ode to 1970s Southern California soft rock: Who needs musical aggression when there's a relentless, invisible enemy lurking outside your window?
L.A. artist replaces the Statue of Liberty and Mr. Rushmore with migrant farmworkers, enslaved domestic workers and interned Japanese Americans.
The Huntington Library's acquisition of slavery and abolition papers provides a missing puzzle piece to one community's questions about its history.
Something sketchy this way comes: "30 Rock" alum Jack McBrayer hosts "The Second City Presents: The Last Show Left on Earth."
The musicians are seeking as financial assistance during COVID-19 pandemic
L.A. Times TV editor Matt Brennan interviews 'Making the Cut' and 'Project Runway' star Tim Gunn about his mentorship style.
"Riverdale" captures the aesthetic of John Cameron Mitchell's "Hedwig and the Angry Inch." Whether the musical's queer politics are intact is another matter.
What's on TV Thursday, April 16: 'In the Dark'; Coronavirus coverage; Movies on TV; Disney Family Singalong; Saving Notre Dame on National Geographic
Economics professors Susan Harmeling and Nico Voigtländer break down Netflix's social allegory "The Platform," exploring how the Spanish thriller is even more resonant in wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The actors in "Mrs. America" have been transformed into historical figures from the fights for and against ratification of the ERA. See how they measure up.