What's on TV tonight Friday, Jan. 1: "Doctor Who" on BBC America; "HGTV Dream Home 2021"; the Lakers; the Clippers
The East L.A. guitar hero came of age during the great upheaval of the 1970s — and helped design the signature sound of the Eastside.
Daniel Dumile, the acclaimed British-born rapper and producer best known as MF Doom, died on Oct. 31, according to an Instagram post today from his wife.
"Queer Eye" beauty expert Jonathan Van Ness casually revealed that he married his "best friend" in an Instagram carousel of 2020 highlights.
Tina Louise, who played Ginger Grant on "Gilligan's Island," remembers costar Dawn Wells as a "wonderful person" and "always with a smile on her face."
After the in-person event was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 Rose Parade is now a TV-only celebration. Here's how to tune in.
Netflix's bitingly funny mockumentary, from the team behind "Black Mirror," looks back on the year from hell — and makes for a cathartic way to say good riddance.
Model and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen opened up on Instagram about her decision to stop drinking after reading Holly Whitaker's "Quit Like a Woman."
The 25-part series in which great works of classical music tapped troubled times, in all its complexities, surprised even this critic about how great art endures.
Directors Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart discuss their inspiration for the story and visuals of 'Wolfwalkers.'