We asked networks and streaming platforms of all stripes to tell us what we can expect to see on TV during our coronavirus summer. Here's what they told us.
Some people look for comfort reads in isolation; David Ulin finds deeper solace in stories of struggle by Faulkner, Jenny Diski and Natalia Ginzburg.
A curated collection of dance documentaries, short films and experimental films from around the world.
Former CNN star Soledad O'Brien is now a producer and caustic online critic.
Tom Hardy's deeply committed performance doesn't save, or even help, director Josh Trank's nightmarish vision of the last year in the life of Al Capone.
TV Ratings for the week of May 4 — 10 Thu., May 14, 2020
David Spade and Lauren Lapkus play two mismatched people in the Netflix comedy "The Wrong Missy" from Adam Sandler's Happy Madison productions.
Kenny Chesney was supposed to be touring stadiums this summer behind his new No. 1 album, "Here and Now." Instead, "there's this empty place in our lives."
The new theatrical release date for "The New Mutants" has been announced after the film's release was delayed by the coronavirus outbreak.
Netflix has released a first look at "Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich," an upcoming docuseries about the registered sex offender, who died in jail last year.