Zoe Kravitz, Hailee Steinfeld, Elle Fanning and the young stars of "My Brilliant Friend" bring nuanced portrayals of multidimensional women to television.
In an interview, interim Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr. addressed the Grammys' uneasy relationship with hip-hop and the Deborah Dugan scandal.
Delroy Lindo's performance is a seething standout in the Netflix-produced adventure saga "Da 5 Bloods," from filmmaker Spike Lee.
The Louisiana native, who joined CNN in 2006 and is the only Black cable news anchor in prime time, is clearly energized by having a role in shaping the current national discourse on race relations.
In Oprah Winfrey's "Where Do We Go from Here?" and other specials, TV tries to grapple with the death of George Floyd and the movement building he's inspired.
Paramount Network has canceled "Cops," the long-running reality series following officers from various police agencies as they perform their duties.
Four "Vanderpump Rules" cast members, including originals Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute, have been let go over previous racist behavior.
Critics say the popular TV shows of "Law & Order," "Chicago PD" and "FBI" creator Dick Wolf create harmful misperceptions of the criminal justice system.
Mostly overlooked in the "Animal Crossing" craze, "Treachery in Beatdown City" is a game in which you fight racists. Behind its humor and retro look is bracing political commentary.
Discovery and OWN's "Where Do We Go From Here," a two-night special hosted by Oprah Winfrey, will address systemic racism and the ongoing protests.