2020: Just sayin' — the year doesn't automatically bring to mind happy thoughts as we head into the home stretch. But with films featuring Viola Davis and a Black Pixar star, this season's movie releases might provide some relief and even, possibly, some uplift.
Readers defend Jim Carrey's 'SNL' impression of Joe Biden and weigh in on parents' call to ban teaching classic books because of racist characters.
The all-virtual 2020 National Book Awards ceremony awarded Charles Yu for fiction, Les and Tamara Payne for nonfiction, Don Mee Choi for poetry and others.
"The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" adds a novel ingredient — Mormonism — to the usual pettiness, plastic surgery and conspicuous consumption.
Will Smith and Janet Hubert — Aunt Viv on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" for three seasons — face each other for the first time in decades in HBO Max's special.
Here are five things to know about sci-fi author Octavia E. Butler.
With premium video on demand no longer an experiment, Universal's 'Croods' sequel is a preview for how movies will be released after the pandemic subsides.
Singer-songwriter Smokey Robinson has a new Audible memoir in which he performs intimate new renditions of some of his signature hits.
In a welcome reversal, Apple TV+ has struck a deal with PBS to air "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving" and "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
Walter C. Miller earned five Emmys, a Peabody Award and the Grammy Trustees Award. He died Nov. 13 at his home in L.A. at age 94.