TV viewing of Joe Biden's acceptance speech fell 21% short of the 29.8 million who watched Hillary Clinton's address when she was nominated in 2016.
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Following sexual misconduct allegations, comedian and actor Bryan Callen has been fired by his agents at CAA and Innovative Artists.
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"American Pathways" will span the course of two years and highlight stories from Muslims and immigrants living in America.
David Heska Wanbli Weiden talks about the motivations and the deeply embedded social and legal problems behind his potboiler "Winter Counts."
Times film writers Justin Chang and Glenn Whipp discuss how the film industry and film media have responded to upheaval in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.