What's on TV Wednesday, April 29; Coronavirus; 'Spy in the Wild: A Nature Miniseries' on PBS; Movies on TV; TV Talk Shows and more
Gov. Gavin Newsom said today that "therapeutics" would have to be developed and implemented before mass gatherings such as concerts and sporting events could return to California.
With movie theaters shut down due to the pandemic, the motion picture academy's board voted Tuesday to temporarily suspend its long-held rule requiring a theatrical release for Oscar consideration
On "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo shared his thoughts on the newly popular term "Cuomosexual" and a possible presidential run.
Speaking to Variety, Olivia Munn detailed director Bryan Singer's unprofessional behavior while filming the 2016 blockbuster "X-Men: Apocalypse."
Theaters push back on Universal Pictures' contention that the successful online release of "Trolls World Tour" means anything for Hollywood's business model.
Will Reeve, who wasn't wearing pants while reporting from home for "Good Morning America" today, explains what happened after his moment went viral on Twitter.
As Broadway actor Nick Cordero suffers a health setback, his former "Waitress" and "Rock of Ages" costars have united for tributes to help support him.
Hollywood is eager to get back to work after the coronavirus outbreak, but union officials, studio executives and others must first agree on new protocols to make filming safe again.
Playing weddings was a safe, steady gig for musicians. Until coronavirus. Now everyone from mariachis to DJs to bookers wonders when the next gig might be.