The coronavirus crisis has provided an unwelcome lesson in the hidden perils of working in the kind of high-touch environments required of movie and TV production.
Where can Hollywood's cast and crew find work during the coronavirus crisis?
Pamela Adlon, Idina Menzel, Billy Porter, Mayim Bialik, Rachel Brosnahan, Andy Cohen, Darren Criss and Judith Light take part in "Saturday Night Seder."
It's no accident that "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" is resonating now. Built to ward off loneliness in 2001, the franchise is made for the pandemic moment.
L.A. Opera cancels "Pelléas and Mélisande" and "Rodelinda" but is still selling tickets for "The Marriage of Figaro" in early June.
What's on TV Saturday, April 11, and Sunday talk shows: 'The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel' on Lifetime; 'Saturday Night Live: Home Edition'; 'Fashionably Yours' on Hallmark.
The indie-rock band Sure Sure share a house anyway, so during quarantine, its performing for fans over six consecutive nights, each show from a different room.
Epix's "Belgravia," from "Downton Abbey" creator Julian Fellowes, packs the earlier series' costumed appeal into a neat six-episode package.
After the COVID-19 pandemic dramatically altered its release plan, the "Trolls World Tour" team discusses Poppy's journey, the importance of listening and celebrating difference.
With libraries closed, L.A. librarians now work from home to help people find free ebooks, music and movies during the coronavirus crisis.