"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek, who died this week at age 80, was seemingly all-knowing as well as unknowable. He was also a steady hand when we needed it most.
Hollywood reopening got a boost in October as some films and TV shows returned to production. However, the local entertainment industry has yet to return to full force.
Unsettling, richly realized British indie "Make Up" explores coming-of-age, LGBTQ themes in promising feature debut for writer-director Claire Oakley.
Four GIs on a perilous scouting mission in World War II Italy can't stop chatting in 'Recon,' an adaptation of the acclaimed novel 'Peace.'
The painter known to many as Lucian Freud's one-time muse writes of her own muse, her mother, and provers herself a masterful writer as well.
J.D. Vance's divisive memoir, 'Hillbilly Elegy,' has been neutered of politics and reduced to its most histrionic parts in Ron Howard's movie adaptation.
Plenty for your bookshelf Trebek shrine, including his memoir, an unauthorized bio, two ex-contestants, Weird Al and a book of philosophy essays.
Spotify continues to expand its podcast business, announcing plans to acquire ad platform Megaphone.
For "The Bachelorette" and "Big Brother," two venerable series with fraught histories around race, meaningful treatment of the subject remains a challenge.
Robert Lloyd follows his election-night media blackout with a weekend of "joyscrolling" once Joe Biden became president-elect.