Eulogies delivered by Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and others at the funeral of John Lewis honored the man — and the power of the spoken word.
What's on TV Friday, July 31: : 'Upside-Down Magic' on Disney; MLB Baseball; NBA Basketball; Martha Stewart; COVID-19
Watch the "Clueless" live chat with director Amy Heckerling for week 12 of the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown.
After 2015's needlessly edgy "The Muppets," Kermit, Miss Piggy, Beaker, Swedish Chef and the rest of the gang return to form with Disney+ series "Muppets Now."
The National Geographic documentary follows several individuals trying to salvage their historic Northern California town in the wake of disaster.
Stars Katie Holmes and Josh Lucas deserve better than "The Secret: Dare to Dream," a contrived romantic drama adapted from the Oprah Winfrey-endorsed bestseller "The Secret."
Drew Barrymore interviews and fan-girls over her 7-year-old self in a new promo for her upcoming daytime talk show, "The Drew Barrymore Show."
Deconstructing the lampooning powers of Sarah Cooper and J-L Cauvin, who do Trump better than Trump himself.
The series' creator and star shares how he got Christopher Meloni and Backstreet Boys' Kevin Richardson involved in the satire, now streaming on Hulu.
The move comes as AMC Networks confronts challenges facing traditional TV companies that have lost viewers to streaming services in recent years.