Alice Wu returns with Netflix's 'The Half of It,' a charming manifesto on love that mines both high school romances and classic movies.
It's alive! Watch Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller switch off in the lead roles in a stage adaptation of "Frankenstein."
From a look at Barack Obama's White House photographer to a personal production on the streets of Germany, many documentaries are still in production during quarantine thanks to technology, smaller crews and archival footage.
This week would have seen the release of Marvel's "Black Widow" and the official kickoff to the annual summer movie season. Instead, as theaters remain closed and productions are on hold, the season has essentially been canceled. The Times takes a look at our lost summer, how studios are responding by finding alternate ways to release movies and the creative approaches some filmmakers are taking to keep working.And as California debates reopening during the coronavirus, the big question looms: What's next for the movies? We asked Hollywood.
Coverage of the first round of the NFL draft on ESPN draws record viewership as more people than usual stay at home.
Local news outlets are asking the federal government to increase ad spending to mitigate the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
What's on TV Thursday, April 30: Coronavirus TV specials; season finales of 'Last Man Standing' on Fox; '60 Days In' on A&E; 'Better Thinks' on FX; 'Cake' on FXX
Best known to U.S. viewers for "Life of Pi" and "Slumdog Millionaire" Irrfan Khan, who died Wednesday at 53, infused all his characters with hidden depths.
Proceeds from Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé's new "Savage" remix will go toward coronavirus relief efforts in the artists' hometown of Houston.
"Mrs. America," now streaming on Hulu, is a limited series about the decade-long battle over the Equal Rights Amendment and the culture war it helped ignite. On one side is conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly (Cate Blanchett) and an army of bread-baking housewives who permanently reshaped the Republican Party. On the other is a group of feminists including Gloria Steinem (Rose Byrne), Bella Abzug (Margo Martindale), Shirley Chisholm (Uzo Aduba) and Betty Friedan (Tracey Ullman) who fought to enshrine gender equality into the Constitution — but often disagreed about how to realize this shared goal. Creator Dahvi Waller conducted extensive research into this chapter of history but, like all historical dramas, the series takes some dramatic license. Here's our episode-by-episode guide to what's fact and what's fiction in "Mrs. America":