What's on TV Wednesday, July 8: "Tough as Nails" on CBS; MLS Soccer
Our critic recalls the Ennio Morricone interview in which he talked about his radical music-making with an experimental ensemble known as the Group.
CNN anchor Don Lemon invited Terry Crews to discuss the actor's recent Black Lives Matter tweets, leading to a heated debate about the movement's merits.
'Late Late Show' host James Corden talks Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, David Letterman and how his own hosting style has evolved amid the novel coronavirus crisis.
Director Matthew A. Cherry is looking for Black voice actors to cast in "Young Love," a new series inspired by his Oscar-winning short film, "Hair Love."
Fitness instructor Amanda Kloots posted a video scrapbook on Instagram chronicling her relationship with her late husband, Broadway star Nick Cordero.
"Look, there's no law against ignorance. It's not illegal to have opinions that are wrong," COVID-19 survivor Tom Hanks said in a "Today" interview Tuesday.
The cast of "Noah's Arc," the trailblazing Logo series that centered on Black gay men in L.A., reunited Sunday with fresh takes on unprecedented times.
Tackling America's stain of racism, HBO's tour de force 'Watchmen' edges out other fine work to take front-runner status in the Emmy race for limited series.
Camilla Läckberg should be better celebrated in the U.S., but her gripping update of a Fay Weldon thriller isn't updated enough.