The L.A.-based mentorship program has teamed up with Netflix to develop original content from new screenwriters, in an effort to eliminate bias.
Profound remembrances of fatherhood, including Alaskan adventures and DNA revelations, Philip Roth's tribute and an ode to a civil rights pioneer.
#PublishingPaidMe shows, in part, how arbitrary book advances are. But that guesswork isn't the problem; it's the executives doing the guessing.
Most of the year's best comedy series are headlined by women, leading to an Emmys logjam.
Erik Satie has emerged as the composer of our pandemic/protest times, the soundtrack both for chilling out at home and for channeling psychic dread.
Jean Smart, star of HBO's "Watchmen," discusses the series' "prophetic" political content on the latest episode of The Times' TV podcast, "Can't Stop Watching."
'One Day at a Time's' new episode tackles Trump-era challenge of discussing the 2020 election with family members who don't share your politics.
What's on TV Wednesday, June 17: 'The 100' on the CW; coronavirus; movies on TV; TV talk shows.
Dolly Parton's fans are rallying to get a statue of the country queen to replace a monument of Confederate general and KKK leader Nathan Bedford Forrest.
Kim Kardashian West tweeted the wrong picture of Riah Milton in a post supporting Black trans lives but deleted it after pleas to take down the photo.