What's on TV Wednesday, Nov. 18: The season premiere of "For Life" on ABC; NBA Draft on ESPN
The fight between Hollywood writers and their agents isn't over just yet.
"I'm just happy that anything I do can help somebody else," Dolly Parton said upon finding out she helped fund research for Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine.
Rapper Lil Wayne is facing a federal weapons charge related to a 2019 search of his plane in Florida. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison.
Megan Thee Stallion unveiled the track list for her new album, including "Shots Fired," after accusing Tory Lanez of shooting her over the summer.
The Ahmanson Theatre on Tuesday released its pandemic-revised 2021-22 season. In: "Oklahoma!" Out: Aaron Sorkin's "To Kill a Mockingbird."
American Alliance of Museums' new survey about the impact of the pandemic.
The genre-hopping essays in 'I Want to Be Where the Normal People Are' dish on musical theater, writers' rooms and awards-season mania.
'It's clear the president's not planning to concede anytime soon,' Jimmy Fallon said on 'The Tonight Show.' 'So ... we thought we'd do it for him.'
The first virtual Festival of Books hosted more than two dozen panels. Here are seven of the most memorable, featuring Henry Winkler, Kevin Kwan and more.