What's on TV Thursday, June 11: Freeform's 'The Bold Type'; coronavirus; series finale of "Man With a Plan"; TV talk shows; movies on TV
Petition calls for removal of conservative channel that features the former Fox News host.
Now that the Happiest Place on Earth has announced plans to reopen July 17, what's the status of other amusement parks? What will they look like upon reopening? Here's what we know so far about some major theme parks in the coronavirus era.
Health officials have given L.A. County the green light to start film production beginning Friday, despite concerns about that the coronavirus is spreading.
Stars of J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World are speaking out against the "Harry Potter" author's anti-trans comments, which she explained in a new essay.
Unique French animated film "Marona's Fantastic Tale" is a dazzling, emotional look at the world through a dog's eyes.
Black Lives Matter is now a standalone genre on Netflix to highlight work focused on racial injustice, discrimination and systemic racism.
Tony and Grammy winner Daveed Diggs ("Hamilton") tackles class divisions in the TNT series adaptation of "Snowpiercer."
Museum members can visit starting June 17 and the general public on July 1. Museum galleries are expected to re-open in the fall.
HBO's 'Watchmen,' starring Regina King, and Netflix's 'When They See Us,' from Ava DuVernay, are among the 2020 recipients of the Peabody Award.