Nearly 75 people shared how they've been consuming virtual or distanced arts shows during the pandemic.
"The Johnny Canales Show" was a mainstay of Spanish-language TV in America, launching the careers of countless Tejano, conjunto and norteño music stars.
What's on TV Thursday, Dec. 3: "iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Greatest Moments" on the CW; "Dateline: Race for a Vaccine"; President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on CNN
With his impassioned plea against threats to election workers, "This has to stop," Georgia's voting implementation manager became America's conscience on Tuesday, echoing Joseph Welch's historic 1954 takedown of Joe McCarthy: "Have you no sense of decency, sir?"
With 'Rival Peak,' Facebook is launching a television experiment that's betting on video games as appointment viewing with Tamagotchi-style loyalty.
The home of cable networks HGTV, Animal Planet and ID is launching a direct-to-consumer service starting at $4.99 a month.
The 2021 Sundance Film Festival will be a mostly virtual event, expanding access far beyond Park City, Utah, and utilizing arthouse partners around the country.
"Selena: The Series" turns the focus to the men behind her — creating a self-serving, controlled narrative that fails to illuminate the late singer herself.
Ryan Reynolds uses Taylor Swift's 'Love Story' in a very 2020 ad for dating site Match.com — because this year has really gone to hell. Even Satan agrees.
Harry Styles has broken his silence on the uproar over his historic Vogue magazine cover. Here's what the pop musician and fashionista had to say.