Fernanda Valadez and Astrid Rondero's "Identifying Features" follows a mother's harrowing quest to discover if her son is a victim of drug violence.
COVID led Disneyland to cancel its annual pass program. Why locals matter to theme park survival and what Disney should and shouldn't do when it revamps the program.
It was King's gift and job to be curious, writes TV critic Robert Lloyd. It made him a memorable interviewer — and a larger-than-life figure in his own right.
Larry King, who gained fame with his long-running CNN talk show 'Larry King Live,' died Saturday at Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles. He was 87.
Dror Moreh's documentary "The Human Factor" looks at Middle East peace efforts during the Clinton administration through the eyes of U.S. diplomats.
With the HBO drama's second pandemic-era special, Schafer gives TV writing a try: 'There's an element of play that I didn't understand about writing before.'
Between the charms of star Omar Sy and its vengeful play on "gentleman thief" Arsène Lupin, the action drama's viewers may find themselves in binge mode.
What's on TV tonight, Saturday, Jan. 23, plus Sunday talk shows: "Salt-N-Pepa" on Lifetime; "A Wild Year on Earth" on BBC America
"I'm happy and you hate it," Sabrina Carpenter sings in her new track, "Skin," which seems to be a response to Olivia Rodrigo's hit single "Drivers License."
Inauguration poet Amanda Gorman's star continues to rise as photoshopped images juxtapose her with famous folks such as Bernie Sanders and Maya Angelou.