Last year "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin gave his "formal written permission to imprison" him if his latest book wasn't done by July 29, 2020.
Netflix will begin streaming the beloved sitcoms "Moesha," "The Parkers," "The Game," "Sister, Sister," Girlfriends," "Half & Half" and "One on One."
Liz Phair was supposed to be on tour with Alanis Morissette right now. Instead, she's interviewing the "Jagged Little Pill" star for The Times.
L.A. singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams, daughter of filmmaker J.J., just released her debut EP, "Minor."
TikTok says its app gives advertisers more choices and believes all companies should disclose their algorithms to regulators.
Author and screenwriter Karolina Waclawiak's third novel, "Life Events," follows a "death doula" who's just figuring out how to live.
At a time when universities are seeing philanthropy dwindling, UCLA has received $2.9 million for arts scholarships from the late Elaine Krown Klein.
"The Morning Show" was the first series to address the fallout of #MeToo head on. The result was messy, erratic, full of doubt and rage and absolutely perfect.
Watch Bonnie Tsui, author of "Why We Swim," joined by Lynne Cox, in conversation with reporter James Rainey.
Analysis of the 2020 Emmy nominations reveals large gains over previous years for Black artists, while Latino, Asian representation were disappointingly flat.