What's on TV Friday, May 29: 'Haircut Night in America'; coronavirus; TV talk shows; movies on TV
"Arcana," a new game with an old Los Angeles murder at its center, is reviving the ARG (alternate-reality game) format by utilizing Instagram.
The unlikely, perfect pairing of Mahershala Ali and Ramy Youssef makes Season 2 of Hulu's Muslim American comedy "Ramy" even better than the first.
"Laurel Canyon," the new two-part documentary on Epix premiering Sunday, is the most comprehensive and musically satisfying document of a notably insular scene
The death of 22-year-old "Terrace House" star Hana Kimura is a reminder that even the wholesome Netflix reality show can be a pressure cooker.
"Space Force," the new Netflix comedy from "The Office" alumni Greg Daniels and Steve Carrell, is opaque and obvious and unconvincing.
Peter Alexander, who died Tuesday, was instrumental in establishing Light and Space as Los Angeles' contribution to the art world.
Beyoncé, Viola Davis, Cynthia Erivo, Taylor Swift and other celebs are paying tribute to George Floyd, the Minneapolis man who died from police brutality.
Dakota Johnson, Tracee Ellis Ross and Kelvin Harrison Jr. give sharp performances in "The High Note," Nisha Ganatra's uneven follow-up to "Late Night."
A surfer inspired by the properties of water and light, Alexander was one of the Light and Space artists who imbued minimalism with SoCal buoyancy.