"Taking this opportunity to ... [vilify] people with mental illnesses is really not the way to go," says singer Halsey, who has bipolar disorder.
Amid confusion about his presidential bid and news of his next album, Kanye West had a visit with comedian Dave Chappelle in Wyoming on Tuesday.
The "Fear the Walking Dead" actor says the killing of George Floyd provides added urgency to address the particular obstacles facing Black men.
On "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," actor David Schwimmer offered an update on the highly anticipated "Friends" reunion coming to HBO Max.
Showrunner Krista Vernoff says "Grey's Anatomy" had to tackle "the medical story of our lifetimes" on the ABC show's next season.
'Daily Show' host Trevor Noah and 'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert honored late Congressman John Lewis while slamming some of his political opponents.
Emitt Rhodes, whose talents were compared to Paul McCartney's but whose insistence on DIY music-making led to a 40-year recording drought, has died.
Maggie O'Farrell uses scant material on the Bard's family tragedy to examine the struggles of his wife in a beautiful new novel, "Hamnet."
Shalita Grant steals the new season of HBO Max's millennial comedy "Search Party" as creaky-voiced lawyer Cassidy Diamond.
What's on TV Tuesday, July 21: "Stargirl" on The CW; MLB Freeway series