What's on TV Wednesday, Aug. 19: The Democratic National Convention; Dodgers and Angels baseball; Clippers basketball
Ahead of a #FreeBritney rally in L.A. Wednesday, new court documents request that Britney Spears' father, Jamie Spears, be removed as her sole conservator.
Major studios like Walt Disney are becoming increasingly interested, it seems, in the $1-billion market segment of consumers with disabilities.
See Tuesday's full lineup for the Democratic National Convention, including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, singer John Legend and former President Bill Clinton.
Michelle Obama's speech drew raves, but overall viewing is down from night one of the party's 2016 gathering.
Musician Tim Kasher asked actor John Ratzenberger, who played postal worker Cliff Clavin on the sitcom "Cheers," to talk about the embattled USPS.
The ads, featuring TikTok creators, will air ESPN and ABC, the radio, Hulu, Spotify and TikTok in the U.S.
Hasan Minhaj announced the end of his Netflix series, "Patriot Act," which featured the first Indian American to front a weekly talk show in the U.S.
NBCUniversal fired longtime Universal head Ron Meyer Tuesday after learning he tried to cover up hush-money payments to a woman, a scenario that Meyer described as an extortion plot.
Tiffany McDaniel's novel, "Betty," honors her mother's Appalachian upbringing — a loving Cherokee father and a painful, abusive legacy.