Pasadena Playhouse streams "You I Like: A Musical Celebration of Jerry Herman," in which paying tribute to the Broadway composer proves harder than it might seem.
Emmy winner Zendaya reveals that "Malcolm & Marie" director Sam Levinson originally pitched a horror flick inspired by one of her hit Disney Channel series.
"I have always been extremely inclusive without even trying," Lana Del Rey says about "Chemtrails Over the Country Club" album art. Some fans disagree.
Writer Mindy Kaling talks "Legally Blonde 3," including pandemic-related production issues and what Reese Witherspoon's character might be like at 40.
Regé-Jean Page won't say if he's dating 'Bridgerton' costar Phoebe Dynevor. But he likes the rumor that he'll be the next James Bond.
Kim Cattrall won't join Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon in HBO Max's upcoming "Sex and the City" reboot. Samantha fans are bummed.
'Her apology was as genuine as when she shushed you,' Keyon Harrold Sr. told Gayle King, who recently interviewed Miya Ponsetto, suspect in his son's attack.
Trump is expected to issue a flurry of pardons in his final week in office. Lil Wayne and Kodak Black are facing or serving time on federal charges.
Fox News shakes up daytime lineup, moving Martha MacCallum to afternoons.
The heroine of "Charmed Wife," the fourth novel by the ever-inventive Olga Grushin, gets a divorce and reinvents herself. Grushin has been there.