The nonbinary revolution has come to TV. But writers, actors and advocates say excitement over numbers is "foolish" if it doesn't come with creative power.
Among the 25 movies added to the Library of Congress National Film Registry this year are "The Dark Knight," "Shrek," "The Joy Luck Club," "The Blues Brothers" and "Grease."
What's on TV Monday, Dec. 14: "The Neighborhood"; COVID-19 vaccine update; "Craft in America" season premiere on PBS
British novelist John le Carré, who anatomized Cold War spy craft and sometimes even influenced it, has died after a short illness at the age of 89.
Following news of a lawsuit FKA twigs launched against ex-boyfriend Shia LaBeouf, Sia claims she too was a victim of emotional abuse while dating the star.
Illusionist and performer Helder Guimarães follows up his Geffen Playhouse pandemic hit 'The Present' with new tricks and a new story in 'The Future.'
In 2020, Disney's California Adventure and Knott's tried limited reopenings around COVID-19 restrictions. But can we explore and engage in a pandemic?
Henry Bonsu, creator of the Afro-retro-futurist "Lazor Wulf," cites everything from Japanese TV commercials to the art of Jacob Lawrence as an influence.
Charley Pride, country music's first Black star, spanned decades and styles during his Hall of Fame career. Here, 10 of his greatest recordings.
Netflix's star-studded spin on the Broadway musical underscores a major shortcoming of the landmark 2019 profit-sharing agreement between producers and actors.